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Order Movement Fails To Plan On A Non Primary Leg Of A Multi-Leg Itinerary (Doc ID 430194.1)

Last updated on MARCH 01, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Transportation Management - Version: 5.5
This problem can occur on any platform.


Planning the second leg (primary leg) of a multi-leg itinerary first is resulting in the first leg not getting planned because the time window is too small. The exact scenario is explained below:

01. You have an itinerary with 3 legs in which leg 2 is an ocean leg and the primary leg.

02. A Voyage is defined such that the ocean leg can already start at 21-03.

03. For leg 1 of the itinerary, you have a rate service in the system which takes 2 days to get
from the pickup location to the starting location of the voyage.

04. You then generate 3 order movements for the OR by using “with best itinerary”.

05. You then plan the ocean leg (leg 2) because every other leg is dependent on that. This creates a shipment with a start date of 21st March. This is the start date from the voyage and the expected result.

06. You now try to build a shipment with “Build shipment on Leg” for the first leg. This fails with "No Shipment Built for Order Bundle and is the issue . The reason is that the first leg is only possible for a transit time of 2 days (it is the only rate service available for this leg) .  The lead time of the first leg
should be taken into account for the primary leg which is not happening in this case.


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