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Get Availability by tag (inventory identifier)
IV does not currently provide availability by tag. It does support taking supplies/demands by tag. OMoC will generate the TagNumber and pass it to IV for supply/demand updates. IV will store them as OMoC had provided. However, you will not be able...
IV Node availability call to accomodate custom supply and demand types when integrated with OMS
Most of the OMS implementation would have custom supply and/or demand types part of their business. Currently, the IV node availability call considers only OOB supply and demand types when integrated with OMS, which gives an incorrect inventory pi...
Filtering out inactive items for inventory publish from IV service
Current IV service publishes different events for inventory updates. Throughout the year, there are multiple SKUs that become inactive and are not sold anymore. IBM OMS has an option to maintain active flag for an item, but the IV service doesn't ...
Ability to schedule on hand inventory publish for a set of DG’s or nodes
Currently, the IV events for inventory publish only include available units (supply - demands - safety stock). We have a need to schedule (intra day changes and nightly sync) the publish of ON HAND units for SKU/location level to certain external ...
Ability to schedule the publish of network level availability for a set of DG's
The trigger DgAvailabilityChange Event allow you to publish availability changes for all DG's within a tenant ID. This does not allow us to schedule the publish from within IV and also restrict the data publish to a subset of DG's.Within IV, we n...
Need to monitor the progress of IV APIs
The current IV has no way of monitoring the progress of APIs and we need better visibility and access to logs. Also, we need an API to query all the items sync'd up per store / all stores.
Inventory Visibility Service | Event Publish | Reservation Event
We would need to use the node level reservation event message to create activity for RTAM to consider this reservation for publishing to all consumers of the inventory.
Full inventory snapshot for all the items across all nodes
Required a rest API or evnent to publish Full inventory snapshot for all the items across all nodes in IV phase 2
Need Threshold based ATP publish for DG Availability changes.
DG Availability was triggered every time when a store reaches capacity and IBM COS buckets are filled with more objects, causing backlog in consumption. Many stores were hitting capacity during the day and, every time this happened, IV triggered u...
Implement old IBM computers in every school in Africa
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