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Functional Clarification 643: Loading Split Supported With Cost Based Routing (Doc ID 2449456.1)

Last updated on JULY 06, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Transportation Management - Version 6.4.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


HELP Topic: Loading Split, says:

If all your pallets are one height and there is not room for an additional pallet, splitting a pallet into halves or thirds may allow more space to be used.

This allows you to insert/update/delete a loading split specified with length, width, height, weight and volume. This grid is available only when the ship unit count is 1.

For a multi-leg scenario, loading split decisions are made for one leg (the first leg planned), and these initial loading split decisions are carried over for the same ship unit on different legs. The pallets that are split on the first planned leg (this could be any leg in the multi-leg itinerary) must be split and packed while planning the other legs of the itinerary and those which are not split on the first planned leg are never split on the legs that are planned subsequently in the same itinerary.

To use this feature while planning, the parameter ORDER ROUTING METHOD must be set to Network Routing.

Note: The Cost based routing does not honor this logic.


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