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DEPARTURE WEIGHT MISSING FROM TRIP STOP (Doc ID 2767196.1)

Last updated on APRIL 08, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Shipping Execution - Version 12.2.9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.2.9 version, Interface Trip Stop

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Find that Departure weights become NULL from Trip Stop when a new line is
added to same Delivery during pick release using Append to delivery or Back
order from Transact Move order.Deliveries have Departure weights but on Trip it's missing

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Expect Departure Gross Weight ,Departure Net weight ,Departure Tare weight  have values on Trip

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will used below steps

1.Order management super user
2.Sales Order >create sales order and progress till pick release.
3.Pick release is run using the pick release rule for the order
4.Pick is generated on a new delivery
5.Auto assign trip to the delivery.
6.Check for the weights on delivery and trip. Both have the values.
7. Manually or through EDI add new SO line for the same scheduled ship date
8. Run the pick release using the different pick release release rule to
    append the new line to the same delivery for the scheduled ship date
9. New pick is generated for the same delivery with the new SO line added to it.
10.Since the delivery is already assigned to a trip, no need to assign it
11.Check the weights for delivery and trip. Delivery has the weights but the
     trip doesn't. It shows null values.
12. Manually update the weights on the trip and save the trip.
13. Now back order the newly added SO line using the Transact Move order form
14. Check the weights for delivery and trip. Delivery has the weights but the
      trip doesn't. It shows null values.


Changes

 

Cause

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