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  • Shipment Graph Collection

    Within the Bulk Plan process (on the BP Performance Tab), I notice a Planning Milestone ID under the Process Itineraries section called BUILD SHIPMENT GRAPH COLLECTIONS. Can anyone explain what is going on during this portion of the Bulk Plan? What exactly is a Shipment Graph?

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    Re: Shipment Graph Collection

    Shipment Graph is explained (sort of...) in OTM Help, Planning Parameters:

    CONNECT SHIPMENT GRAPHS BY ORDERS
    Within bulkplan, an order can get split and go on different shipments. While most of the steps within bulkplan keep these shipments in one shipment graph, there are times when they end up belonging to different graphs. To ensure the shipments containing the same order belong to the same shipment graph, a process in invoked which connects them together. This is often unnecessary and involves significant runtime. It is off by default and should only be turned on when needed. When there is an order that is large and split into multiple shipments, you should have this on.

    CONNECT SHIPMENT GRAPHS FOR SPLIT ORDERS
    If set, then during bulk plan process if orders are split into multiple shipments, the system goes through all the graphs and combines the ones that share the same order releases into one graph. Then it can be saved as one transactional unit.
    This replaces the property glog.business.consolidation.bulkplan.connectShipme ntGraphsByOrder to provide more flexibility. For example, you can set it for running Load Configuration and not set it for Bulk Plan.

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