Last updated on MAY 03, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Transportation Management - Version 6.4.1 to 6.4.3 [Release 6.4]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When Planning two Order Releases in a Multi Leg Scenario, Following configuration done to allow consolidation on the First Leg and Restrict Consolidation on the Second Leg is not respect and the Shipments planned are consolidate for both Legs.
Consider the following Example
- MULTISTOP FAVOR SAME SHIP WITH GROUP Parameter in Multistop Logic configuration is Set to FALSE
- No Ship With Groups configured on the Order Release Constraints tab. (In Order to allow consolidation on the First Leg)
- For Each Order Release, Leg Level Classification Constraint is defined with Ship with Group Configured as follows OR 1: Leg Classification - LC with Ship With Group SWG_1
OR 2: Leg Classification - LC with Ship With Group SWG_2
On Planning these Order Releases, the Expected behavior is to have 1 Shipment planned for the First Leg and 2 Shipments planned for the Second Leg one for each Order Release.
Actual behavior observed is that 1 Shipment is planned for the First Leg and 1 Shipment is planned for the Second Leg for both the Order Releases.
The configuration done to restrict consolidation on the Second Leg is being Ignored.
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