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Planned Arrival Dates in Shipping Transactions Form Do Not Use Intransit Time (Doc ID 1231373.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 02, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Shipping Execution - Version to 12.1.3 [Release 11.5.10 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When intransit times are specified in the Transit Times form,   the Planned arrival date as shown in the shipping transactions form, path by stop tab, does not use the intransit time to compute the planned arrival date.

For example,  given intransit time of 5 days defined in the transit times form:
1.   Path by stop tab, Shipping Transactions form, shows planned arrival date is the same as the planned departure date.  This is incorrect.
2.   Sales orders form shows scheduled arrival date is 5 days after planned departure date.   This is correct.

Expect  the shipping transactions form, path by stop,  to use the in-transit time to calculate the correct planned arrival date.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1.   Enter and book an order for an item,  for a destination which has been defined in the Transit Times form as having an intransit time of 5 days
2.   After order is booked,  go to the line items / shipping tab and see that the scheduled arrival date has been correctly computed as 5 days after the scheduled departure date.
3.   Pick release the order and assign the delivery to a trip
4.   In the shipping transactions form,  see that the planned arrival date for the drop-off stop is the same as  the planned departure date for the pickup stop.
      NOTE:  The expectation is that the planned arrival date should be 5 days greater than the planned arrival date.


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