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ReleaseAllocShipmentDetails Repeated For Each Order Release on PlannedShipment XML (Doc ID 2217163.1)

Last updated on JULY 20, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Transportation Management - Version 6.0 to 6.4.3 [Release 6 to 6.4]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The PlannedShipment xml groups the order release allocations together for each order release. So when you have two orders and plan them on a shipment and allocate the cost, in the xml you will see both order release ReleaseAllocShipmentDetail in each parent Release element. There is no identifier for the releaseAllocShipmentDetail, no way to determine which cost belongs to which release. The ReleaseAllocShipmentDetail are collectively grouped together.

The path /Transmission/TransmissionBody/GLogXMLElement/PlannedShipment/Shipment/Release/ReleaseAllocationInfo/ReleaseAllocByType/ReleaseAllocShipment/ has multiple ReleaseAllocShipmentDetail elements however no clear identifier to determine which ReleaseAllocShipmentDetail is assigned to which order release.

Need a way to identify which allocation cost in ReleaseAllocShipmentDetail belongs to which order release.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1.Navigate to Order Management>Order Release>Order Release>Select the two order releases
2.Build the shipment by clicking actions Operational Planning>Create Buy Shipment>Direct.
3.Allocate the costs of the orders by selecting both orders and going to Actions>Financials>Allocate Cost
4.From the shipment send the xml by selecting the shipment then actions>Shipment Management>Utilities>Send Interface Transmission. I have attached the xml

When you view the order release you can also so the allocation costs under Order Release Allocation. This section shows two costs for each order.


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