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converting Node reservation(node1) into Node Demand(node2)

For DFS(delivery from store) often times a reservation made against a store may have to be reassigned to a different store due to inventory reasons. The legacy OMS makes the determination to resource to the second node.


Note: For this implementation, we only have eCom, legacy OMS and IV. Sterling OMS is not in scope


Steps:

1. Create a reservation against node1

2. Invoke adjust demand against node2 and pass reservation id of node1 with the same quantity in the input.


Result: The system does not use the reserve demand of node1 to adjust demand in node2.

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  • May 10 2022
  • Under review

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