Planned Split of Customer Order Line
This solution is mainly designed to manage a planned split of customer order lines, which means that several deliveries to
the customer are made during the requested delivery day. However, it will also work perfectly well as an agreement for delivery
time schedules for each delivery address (for example, delivery at 10:00). As a matter of fact, such an agreement is just
a specific scenario where the entire ordered quantity (100%) will be delivered within a specific time bucket per buying pattern.
Before you start
'Check planned split' on the customer (CRS610/F) must be selected.
The field 'Check planned split' on the customer order type (OIS010/E) indicates if, and how, planned split should be performed.
A buying pattern must be defined in 'Buying Pattern. Open' (OIS160).
The customer must be connected to a buying pattern in 'Customer. Connect Buying Pattern' (OIS161).
A shipping period must be defined for the combination of warehouse and buying pattern in 'Shipping Period. Open' (OIS471).
A delivery split rule must be defined in 'Dely Split Rule. Open' (OIS470).
The delivery split rule must be connected to the warehouse in 'Dely Split Rule. Connect to Whs/Cust' (OIS472). The connection can optionally be made against a specific customer or address.
Delivery shares must be defined in 'Dely Split Rule. Define Dely Shares' (OIS473), which is accessed by using option 11 in (OIS472).
'Delivery split rule' in (MMS002/G) indicates if, and how, a planned split should be performed per combination of item and
When an order line is received during the planned split, the combination of customer, item, warehouse and required delivery
day is used to check how to distribute the entire ordered quantity to one or more (a maximum of five) predefined delivery
occasions during that particular day.
The field 'Check planned split' on the customer order type (OIS010/E) indicates if, and how, the planned split should be performed:
0 = Planned split is not used.
1 = Planned split is manually initiated in (OIS301 - Customer Order. Open Line Toolbox) after order entry.
2 = Planned split is automatically performed at entry of new CO lines. Auto generated CO lines could be maintained individually.
3 = Planned split is automatically performed at entry of new CO lines. Auto generated CO lines are maintained via the origin
The time buckets found represent a certain share of the ordered quantity that will be allocated to different routes and departures,
giving different delivery date and times at the customer.