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Putaway Does Not Honor Expiry Date Rules When Using Storage Priority in the Priority Rules (Doc ID 2927174.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 09, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Management Enterprise Edition Cloud Service - Version 22.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When the priority rules use the Storage Priority, the putaway is not considering the dates for LPNs that are in-transit in the case of the storage priority. The suggested location is suggesting the wrong location. 

For example, in the scenario where  Priority Rules has Storage Priority = Grater than or equal to priority date. 

When using LocA and LocB as destination locations and the locations are initially empty. In the following sequence of events :

Seq     Batch        Priority date     LPN status     Suggested Location

1        Batch1      3/1/23              Located             LocA
2        Batch2      3/10/23            Located             LocA
3        Batch3      3/15/23            Located             LocA
4        Batch10    4/15/23            Allocated           LocA
5        Batch4      4/1/23              Allocated           LocA 


In the above sequence the expected result is that Batch4, the putaway suggests LocB because the expiry date of the batch4 does not meet the condition "Grater than or equal to priority date".


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