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    Vivek Dandekar
    AWB Number allocation based on Order Bundles in a shipment....
    Topic posted July 6, 2018 by Vivek DandekarGreen Ribbon: 100+ Points 
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    Title:
    AWB Number allocation based on Order Bundles in a shipment. (LR Generation issue). How to Order bundles within a shipment for unique Source and Destination order pairs
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    How do we leverage Partial Shipment group to create AWB number and assign to Orders based on the Order bundles within a shipment for unique Source and Destination pairs.

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    • Karl Baker

      Vivek,

      There is no functionality to generate a Partial Shipment Group based on the order "bundle". I believe you can achieve the desired grouping by using the available Partial Shipment Group Criteria: Same Order Source and Same Order Destination.  This will create a Partial Shipment Group for orders that have the same order source and destination.

    • Vivek Dandekar

      Our requirement is exactly matching what is mentioned by you. However can we create such partial shipment groups for orders in one shipment ? 

      For Example:  Can you guide us how do we achieve below?

      Shipment # Order Release # Source Destination Shipment Group No.
      Shipment 1 Order Release 1 Nasik ARA Shipment Group#1
      Order Release 2 Nasik ARA Shipment Group#1
      Order Release 3 Nasik ARA Shipment Group#1
      Order Release 4 Nasik GAYA Shipment Group#2
      Order Release 5 Nasik GAYA Shipment Group#2
      Order Release 6 Nasik GAYA Shipment Group#2
               
      Shipment # Order Release # Source Destination Shipment Group No.
      Shipment 2 Order Release 7 Nasik Bhopal Shipment Group#3
      Order Release 8 Nasik ARA Shipment Group#4
      Order Release 9 Nasik ARA Shipment Group#4
      Order Release 10 Nasik ARA Shipment Group#4
      Order Release 11 Nasik GAYA Shipment Group#5
      Order Release 12 Nasik GAYA Shipment Group#5
    • Karl Baker

      Vivek,

      Yes  - partial shipment groups should provide you with the grouping desired.

      My Example is attached.  5 orders going from the same DC (DC1) to 2 different locations -  one location 90210_LOS ANGELES receives 3 orders  1 order requires its own shipment Shipment ID 03921 since it's a full truck the other 2 orders are on another multi-stop shipment Shipment ID 03922 with 2 more orders going to location 90305_LOS ANGELES.  The 5 orders and 2 shipments create 3 partial shipment groups.