Need To Understand What Does The Ship Set Status "A","T" Stands For And Under Which Case (Doc ID 2168643.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 03, 2016

Applies to:

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

Goal

Need to understand what does the ship set status "A","T" stands for and under which case
would the Ship set status that gets created at the time of Order line creation via order import will the ship set status be "A". Whenever this happens i.e first ship set status=A then if there are multiple order line for a customer then all lines do not go under the same ship set they get separated into multiple different ship sets which is not preferred by customer like 1,2 even though all lines have same SSD/PD/Ship method/Warehouse. Users have also found that when they enter new order line through SOWB into the order with Line set=SHIP (customer_Set_preference_code) at order header level as per customer set up ,the ships set that gets created has status as T and any subsequent line added to the order has got same ship set as profile ONT_SET_FOR_EACH_LINE is set to N at all levels this is as expected.

Please help understand various set status with set type SHIP SET and what is the meaning of set status A and T ,under which scenario would ship set status be A. Customer Request Date type code would be Arrival.
 

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