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Split Ship Unit To Parallel Shipment Fails Due To Locations Not Having Lattitude and Longitude (Doc ID 728455.1)

Last updated on MAY 06, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Transportation Management - Version 5.5.04 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


-- Problem Statement:

Splitting ship units from one shipment onto another uses the multistop logic, this in turn requires the locations to have the latitude and longitude populated.  For an implementation where rate service is being used, and the locations do not have latitude and longitude, splitting ship units fails due to the use of the multistop logic and its requirements.

-- Steps To Reproduce:

1 - Create locations with no latitude and longitude.

2 - Create a rate service between the source and destination to take 5 hours.

3 - Create a new rate offering (RO) to use the rate service and a new rate record (RR).

4 - Create an order with 3 ship units to be planned over 2 shipments.
Two ship units that each take 60% of one piece of equipment and one much smaller ship unit.

5 - Plan the order onto 2 shipments.

NOTE: These shipments are built with no errors and the destination location has no Lat / Long.

6 - Attempt to split the small ship unit from the first shipment onto the second shipment.
- Select the shipment with the small Ship Unit
- Click on actions > change shipment route > split shipment.
- Select split by ship unit then click OK.
- Select split to parallel shipment.
- Enter in the shipment ID field the ID of the second shipment.
- To the far right of the ID for the small ship unit enter 1 in the split off amount.
- Click OK.
- In the next UI click OK.
- The following error is displayed:

"Failed to built one shipment with the given orders."

The log contains the following entries:

Debug Planning Using MultiStopShipmentBuilder to combine shipment nodes.

Warning Exception Unable to determine LAT/LON for location:<LOC>.LJS_NO_LAT_OR_LONG


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