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Entire PTO Model Structure Lines Are Split When One Of The Shippable PTO Options Is Partially Shipped Creating Very Large Orders (Doc ID 2767094.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 25, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Order Management - Version 12.2.7 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Orders contain a BOM structure with the parent as a PTO Model with one PTO Option Class and standard items as its components.

For the PTO Model item, Ship Model Complete = No, because per business requirement, the shippable PTO options can be shipped from different locations and sometimes in partial quantities.
If any of the shippable PTO options is shipped partial, the application is creating two sets:
> one remnant with max. quantity shipped among shippable lines.
> another non-remnant with the remainder quantity which is the difference between the ordered and max. quantity shipped.

Scenario is there is only 6 pieces available for the shippable PTO option = @KIT00367 (line 1.1.2), which is shipped.  After shipping those 6 pieces for the shippable PTO option = @KIT00367 (line 1.1.2), 
the entire structure is getting split and creating another set for a quantity of 4 versus just splitting that specific line.

This kind of a split is creating many more order and delivery detail lines, which becomes complicated and possibly confusing.  The order can become very large with all the split lines and then additional splits on top of split lines.
For example, if another shippable PTO option = @2MA2987H04 (line 1.1.6 or line 1.2.6) is shipped partial, it will split the entire set again.

At the same time, the full quantity of 10 may become available for the shippable PTO option = @2MA2987H02 (original line 1.1.5);  but because of this split, now those 10 pieces will need to be picked and shipped across these different splits.

Is there a way to avoid the entire PTO structure being split and only split the order line corresponding to the specific shippable PTO option?


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