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Copy Data From SiteLogiticsTask to outbound delivery

I have been unable to copy data from a Site logistics task (Confirmation) to an outbound delivery.

the main issue is the that when the tack is Confirmed. It creats Saves and Releases the Outbound Delivery before Saving the Site logistics task.

As such I can not seem to find a way to transfer the data there.

Any Suggestions?

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    May 04, 2018 at 02:57 AM

    I will post this answer to help others..

    The only way I found to accomplish this was to take the fields and copy the data to the Site Logistics Lot on the After modify of the Site Logistic task. Then on the After modify of the Outbound Delivery copy the data from the Site Logistics lot.

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  • May 03, 2018 at 02:35 AM

    Dear William,

    You will not be able to stop the creation of outbound delivery once the task is confirmed , but you can control the release of outbound delivery from your end. You can choose to have the system release the outbound delivery automatically or manually via the Logistics Model settings. Please follow below steps to do so.

    1. Go to Warehousing and Logistics Master Data work center.
    2. Navigate to the Production Models view.
    3. Search for the logistics model with type "Standard Shipping", with template for one step or two-step depending on your business.
    4. Once the relevant model is selected choose the Edit button.
    5. Under the Details header you will have the field "Release Outbound Delivery", choose option "Manually" if you want to prevent automatic release of outbound delivery.

    There is no standard option available in which you can stop creation of outbound delivery document once the task is confirmed.

    I hope this helps.



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