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HU Split in HU WM Managed Storage location

Hello Experts,

I would like to understand the process to Split a pallet into Multiple using VLSP.

My delivery is in status fully Picked & HU Status is PHEX WHSE.

When i tried to split using VLSP & profile 0003, it's prompting the message "The quantity that is to be split is larger than the quantity that is not packed for at least one item".

Thanks in advance.


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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 05, 2015 at 08:54 PM

    Good day,

    VLSP is for splitting deliveries, you can in effect split pallets by splitting the items from different pallets onto different deliveries but delivery split becomes quite difficult if you are packing multiple deliveries into the same shipment pallet (that should be avoided).

    Try opt. 0002 not 0003

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      Happy Friday,

      I ran the same in my test system and I had to unpack the items I wanted to split before the system would allow the split. In my system we pack cartons into shipment pallets and it was the shipment level packing that stopped the split, it will allow split of delivery level cartons or unpacked units. If in your system you have only one level of packaging you may need to unpack the 2ea and repack in the new delivery OR you could pack the 2ea in there own cartons in the existing delivery and then the system will allow splitting of the cartons.In other words the system wont allow splitting a partial amount from packaging material. - either split unpacked units or full HU

      Hope this helps, let us know the results please

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