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New Requirement To Perform Credit Check At Shipping Instead Of Pick Release For Non-Stockable Items (Doc ID 2950314.1)

Last updated on MAY 19, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Order Management - Version 12.2.9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


How can credit check be taken at Shipping rather than at pick release for some non-stockable external expense items?

Business Requirement:
Need a credit check rule set to honor release days for one day. Using pre-calculated exposure.

In the case of these non-stockable expense items which may need to be shipped separately to any other lines on the sales
order, the User manually creates a delivery ‘autocreate’ delivery and then ship confirms , and only at the action of ship
confirm is he informed that there is a hold paced on the order/line then the delivery number is deleted, and the sales order
remains at Available for Shipping.

Is there any way the action of manually auto-creating a delivery can trigger the check for credit and report to the User that a credit hold will be placed on the order/line?

The reason for needing this is that the delivery note number is used to create shipping documentation - the User needs to
create this documentation prior to shipping for Customs and Excise purposes, and hence auto-creates the delivery number
in advance of actual shipment as it can take several days to gain permission to ship. Since Oracle deletes the delivery
number if the order credit checks at shipping, and as it does not record the delivery number on the sales order then the
users have a problem with the integrity of the shipping document numbers used for Customs Purposes and cannot
reproduce the document that has been sent to Customs.


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