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I am working as functional BA with Microsoft ERP implementation. I am on a load planning workbench and I found several options to choose an order from the order table. There is one more option named as shipment ID along with sales order, purchase order and transfer orders in the order table on load planning workbench. Can anyone advise when the shipment ID created and when it will appear in load planning workbench?
Thanks in advance!
I hope blog managers' don't mind that: I have a blog post about this question that I hope it will help :)
Please follow this link and pay attention to titles "Shipment" and "Release to warehouse".
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A shipment is created by the 'Release to warehouse' function on the Outbound (Sales order / Transfer order) side, and by adding a Purchase order to a Load on the Inbound side.
Shipments will appear on the Load planning workbench for adding to Loads if they have no LoadId themselves.
In the normal course of events, a Shipment will get added to a Load automatically when a Wave is processed. Therefore, the only chance you really have to see a shipment on the Load planning workbench is if you are not automatically assigning shipments to Waves, or if you are not automatically processing Waves. Both of these functions are controlled by settings on the Wave template.
Thanks a lot Fatih Gork! This is really helpful.
Thanks Guy Terry.
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