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NBC Setup process and behaviour

This is follow up case related to TS005717195.

During our last A-Sale time , 55% of lines weren’t optimized for the 5/17-5/23 due to NBC setup not done properly for node 199.

We know that if the NBC setup was not done properly for any node , then Rank API will get failed , in the rank node response if the node (199) was returned.

In the rank node response if the node (199) was not returned, those orders would be optimized.

Clarifications/Action Item:

Instead of returning error due to one node set up issue, Is that possible Optimizer just ignore that node alone and optimize against remaining nodes and issue a warning/alert so we can correct it?

  • Guest
  • Sep 17 2021
  • Future consideration
What is your industry? Retail
How will this idea be used?

Optimizer just ignore particular node alone which has issue and optimize against remaining nodes and issue a warning/alert, so that Optimizer sourcing will not get impacted

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