3 Questions re Merging Contents of Two Containers into One Container (Doc ID 2035868.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 13, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle Shipping Execution - Version 11.5.10.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

3 questions related to containers:

Question #1:
We have two containers, one that can hold 30 ea and the other that can hold 50 ea. The default container is the one which holds 30 each.
When a quantity of 50 is ordered, the system packs this quantity into the two smaller containers.
We want to be able to transfer the contents of both containers into the container which holds 50, automatically, without unpacking and re-packing the containers.
Is this possible? We are not using WMS.
 
Question #2:  
If we unpack a delivery detail from its container and then re-query the delivery in the shipping transactions form, we see that the container is still attached to the delivery. Is this a bug? Is there a fix for this in release 11.5.10.2?
 

Question #3:
In the following scenario:
1. One order line is split into multiple lines like 10 lines
2. Users used autopack to pack 9 of the lines into the correct containers. However, they forgot to pack the 10th line into a container.
3. The entire delivery, including the 10th line, is now ship confirmed.
4. After delivery has been ship confirmed, they discover that the 10th line was not packed. They need to show it as packed in order to satisfy export-import shipping requirements.

Is there a way that they can show that the 10th line was packed into the same or similar container as the other 9 lines?
 

Solution

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