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Wrong Order Routing In Network Routing When PERFORM DYNAMIC CLUSTER LOGIC FOR DEST REGIONS = True (Doc ID 2343460.1)

Last updated on MAY 06, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Transportation Operational Planning - Version 6.4.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Wrong order routing in network routing when PERFORM DYNAMIC CLUSTER LOGIC FOR DEST REGIONS = true. Orders are being routed through invalid Network legs when the parameter is True. The customer is planning two orders.

Order 1 is going from Location A to Location C
Order 2 is going from Location B to Location C

There is a cross dock location with A Network Leg available for Order 2 to get to Location C. There is no direct Leg available for Order 2.
There is a direct leg for Order 1 from A to C. Order 2 can not use this leg because the leg source region does not include the source location for Order 2.

When planning the orders, the outcome is 2 Direct Shipments both using the Network Leg which should not be possible since Order 2's Source is not in the Leg Source Region.




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