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Need ability to specify the Node for which the Inventory Activity records should be created
Request to keep the createInventoryActivity API or add the feature of adding the Inventory activities for the given store automatically.
getOrderList API should provide one unioned, sorted result set across active and history records
Today's implementation of getOrderList API makes two calls under the hood - one to archive tables and one to active tables (assuming archive switch was invoked in the call.)Almost *no* consumer of order history wants two separate lists, each sorte...
Enhance REST service functionality to accept additional content types.
Vendors such as Adyen have the Content-Type as "application/json; charset=utf-8" rather than the standard application/json content type. The request is to enhance the OMS webservice functionality to accept content types that include the character ...
Maintain item search details and context over the different selections in BUC
It would help productivity in BUC if the item search feature remembered the selections previously made. There is the breadcrumb offering some persistence, but if the user jumps to Orders or anywhere else, all the item search selections are cleared...
To consider unassigned demands at all the DGs configured in the common code.
When an unassigned demand is created, RTAM publishes availability only to the DG which has a priority set in the common code while other DG's are updated with X onHand quantity and doesn't consider the unassigned demand.By considering unassigned d...
RTAM - Cannot run RTAM in multi threaded mode
Refer this PMR - https://www.ibm.com/mysupport/s/case/5000z00001FdfZAAAZ/service-to-execute-on-completion-of-work-in-agent-runtime-properties-does-not-work-in-multi-threaded-mode
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Total Records - 13000
Search by multiple order types simultaneously
Need an ability to search by multiple orders simultaneously. Currently its only allowed to search by a single order type ( Sales order or transfer order, etc )
An option to extract/export search results
For all search results available in OrderHub ( Orders, orderlines items, shipments, releases ) , an option to download in a csv form will be useful
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...
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...
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