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As I work through our R3 implementation, I'm curious if anyone has any suggestions on how to implement this requirement: If a sales order has multiple lines, and at least one line is not available, the entire order should not be allowed to generate a picking list until everything is available *OR* a user-defined number of days have passed.
For example, let's say the user-defined number of days is 5...
S/O number 1 is created with two lines, where line 1 is available and line 2 is not. Nothing ships for 5 days, and then line 1 ships. (Line 2 ships when it arrives some time later.)
S/O number 2 has the same setup. Nothing on the order ships right away, but line 2 arrives two days later and then the entire order ships.
Does anyone know if this can be accomplished with R3 out-of-the-box? If not, do you know of any ISV solutions that can implement this?
(Note: The reason for this requirement is to limit the number of orders that ship in multiple boxes so that our outbound small-parcel shipping costs are minimized.)
Thanks in advance for any advice or suggestions.
Daniel J. Zook
Do you know if you are shipping your sales orders using functionality in the Warehouse management module?
Sorry I'm not as familiar with all the terminology in R3. We are planning to ship orders using the R3 packing station. Is that what you are asking?
When you’re on the Warehouse Management FastTab on the Customers form, you’ll see a Fill entire shipment check box in the Shipment processing field group. (Accounts receivable > Common > Customers > All customers > Warehouse management FastTab).
If the Fill entire shipment check box is selected, this means that if the location directives for any work related to a shipment for this customer fail, no work will be created for the entire shipment. In other words, if the check box is selected, the shipment must fully allocate when the work transactions are created.
the call centre enables a check box on the sales order header called Ship Complete that isn’t abled to be selected in a standard sales order. It’s used when the call center functionality is turned on and it acts as an option to provide an indicator that the customer doesn’t want to receive partial shipments.
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