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Default Rule Shipping Priority With Defaulting Condition Based On Inventory Item Not Working (Doc ID 2069041.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 02, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Order Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


How can you default the Shipment Priority value base on the Inventory Item on the sales order line?

Current setups for the Defaulting Rule:
Defaulting Condition Template for Order Line
Condition Name: XXXX
Validation Rules
Group #: 10
Attribute: Inventory Item
Validation Operation: =
Value String = 1105 (our item)

Order Line Defaulting
Defaulting Sequence: 50
Attribute: Shipment Priority
click defaulting button
Precedence: 5 Defaulting Condition: 'XXXX': Enabled
  >>Seq 1, Source Type = Constant Default Value = 'XXXX' (our shipping priority)
Precedence: 10 Defaulting Condition: Always Enabled
  >>Seq 1, Source Type = Related Record Default Source = Order Header.Shipment Priority

Defaulting Handler Generate has run.
The Inventory item based rule is totally being ignored.
You should be able to use Inventory Item in Defaulting Conditions and have it work. It is documented (ex: Note ID 2019861.1)

What setup is missing to get the defaulting to work as expected?


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