How Does Release Management (RLM) Derived The Sales Order Types When Running E-Commerce Gateway EDI Transactions Vs. Demand Processor Processing (DSP) ? (Doc ID 2041234.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 06, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle Release Management - Version 11.5.9 to 12.2.4 [Release 11.5 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

How Does Release Management (RLM) Derived The Sales Order Types When Running E-Commerce Gateway (EDI) Transactions Vs. Demand Processor Processing (DSP)?

Example:
Customer released a few releases for "Volvo" the end customer, we can see that two sales orders created with
diffeent sales order typse and two different sales order numbers.  

Observation:
All rlm releases should create sales orders with strating no "8XXXXX" and order type is RLM RSO BLANKET ORDER_AWFP
But the system is generating two sales orders:
 - 1000735711-DEALER DIRECT_AWFP
 - 8000012188-RLM RSO BLANKET ORDER_AWFP

Expectation:
The processing rules setup for these releases should be derived by "DEALER DIRECT_AWFP-1000735711"
The Sales Order is taken from the RLM Processing Rules, you have to make sure that the EDI File is coming
in through DSP and what Processing Rule is being users.  If it is a dealer order, you need to validate if this
is a 850 EDI transaction, if so, it would not use RLM but go in through POI.

 

 

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