Why Is Split Line Created For Remaining Quantity If Shipping Quantities Are Within Designated Shipping Tolerances?
Last updated on MARCH 15, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Shipping Execution - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Why is a split line created for remaining quantity if shipping quantities are within the shipping tolerances set for the order line?
For example, enter and book a sales order where the following scenario exists:
> Order line 1.1 - Ordered Quantity = 12,493
> Under and Over Shipping tolerances of 10% have been set for the order line.
> User manually splits order line 1.1 for a new ordered quantity of 6,247.
> Order line 1.2 is created from the manual split for an ordered quantity of 6,247.
> User then reserves order line 1.1 for a quantity of 6,030.
> Pick release order line 1.1 for a quantity of 6,247.
> Ship confirm quantity 6,274 for order line 1.1.
> After line 1.1 is ship confirmed, the application creates a new order line 1.3 for the remaining quantity of 217.
The expectation is the shipping tolerances of 10% would be honored and application would NOT create a new line for the remaining quantity of 217.
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