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Optimized locking of YFS_ORDER_HEADER record , more granular control for changeOrder API.
Customer order can be updated by multiple agents at the same time, most of it can result in changeOrder API calls. This results in row lock contention in YFS_ORDER_Header record by select for update query, ccfrfn4vuhtt0. The ask here is provide m...
RTAM - Inventory Alerts - Save Suppy, Demand & Safety Stock inventory positions
As part of inventory publish, few systems are interested in ATP (supply - demand - safety stock), few other systems are in only (supply - demand) and few others are interested in only onhand supply. However, RTAM publishes only ATP and to calculat...
Order Management on Cloud dataload to use DB Index and runstats for table YFS_ITEM
During an OMoC initial dataload there can be a need to upload 1M+ item records to the YFS_ITEM DB table. This table is initially empty and non indexed. This can make the dataload INSERT take a very long time when using the ManageItem API. There is...
Database extensions should have a provision to create indexes only on ACTIVE tables.
Database extensions should have a provision to create indexes only on ACTIVE tables. As most of the queries/monitoring and reporting are performed on the ACTIVE tables.These indices may not be always needed on the HISTORY tables.
Java 64 bit implementation for Application Manager
In my team, everybody having Java 32 bit even I also downgraded to 32 bit which can support 9.5 Console-> Configuration -> Launch Application Manager. We seen that if we use 64 bit, then Application Manager we not able to Launch.Once we move...
To enhance the WebStore application to support the pagination strategy -"GENERIC"
PaginationStrategies are set to perform ServerSidePagination or MixedPagination. It helps to fetch the records in batches. Store supports NEXTPAGE Strategy. But not all the OOTB List APIs support NEXTPAGE Strategy. By default, only 'Generic' st...
Let us decide if YFS_INVENTORY_ITEM "select for update" will be used during API calls
For many models, a "select for update" is essential. In our case, our items are tightly controlled, so we do not expect to need to create inventory item records that can then be promised or ordered. We would like to have the choice in findInventor...
Enable purging data from transaction tables directly, instead of first purging to history
We currently have userexit purgeOrderToExternalDataStoreUE for purgeOrder. This was provided by IBM on our request. We are using this currently in production. This only covers orders and its related entities, but not shipments, receipts, work orde...
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