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implementation:wms:routes [2017/07/20 10:13]
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   * the delivery date is identical with the date of the route or has passed by on the date of the route   * the delivery date is identical with the date of the route or has passed by on the date of the route
   * the customer and the shipping address is assigned to the route   * the customer and the shipping address is assigned to the route
-  * there is no picklist/picklist ​proposal for the sales order+  * there is no pick list/pick list proposal for the sales order
   * the sales order is assigned to the selected route   * the sales order is assigned to the selected route
-When the route is created, a picklist ​proposal will be generated for each sales order on the route.+When the route is created, a pick list proposal will be generated for each sales order on the route.
  
 The Route Detail window will open up. The Route Detail window will open up.
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   * Route for //‘Proof of Delivery’//?:​ This checkbox indicates whether the route is for [[implementation:​wms:​pod|proof of delivery]] or not. If the //Routes are by default POD? (Y/N)// option is enabled on the [[implementation:​wms:​routecontroller2|Route controller]],​ this checkbox is automatically ticked.   * Route for //‘Proof of Delivery’//?:​ This checkbox indicates whether the route is for [[implementation:​wms:​pod|proof of delivery]] or not. If the //Routes are by default POD? (Y/N)// option is enabled on the [[implementation:​wms:​routecontroller2|Route controller]],​ this checkbox is automatically ticked.
  
-Each picklist ​proposal created for the route has a dedicated line on the grid. On the grid the following information is displayed:+Each pick list proposal created for the route has a dedicated line on the grid. On the grid the following information is displayed:
   * //Customer code and name//: The code and name of the customer. ​   * //Customer code and name//: The code and name of the customer. ​
   * //​Address//:​ The ship to address.   * //​Address//:​ The ship to address.
-  * //Full Stock//: The inventory status of the items that are on the picklist ​or picklist ​proposal linked to the route. Possible values: +  * //Full Stock//: The inventory status of the items that are on the pick list or pick list proposal linked to the route. Possible values: 
-    * N - None of the items on the picklist ​proposal are in stock. +    * N - None of the items on the pick list proposal are in stock. 
-    * P - Some of the items on the picklist ​proposal are in stock.  +    * P - Some of the items on the pick list proposal are in stock.  
-    * A - All items on the picklist ​proposal are in stock. +    * A - All items on the pick list proposal are in stock. 
-  * //Stock compliant shelf life//: The inventory status of the items using the shelf life that are on the picklist ​or picklist ​proposal.  +  * //Stock compliant shelf life//: The inventory status of the items using the shelf life that are on the pick list or pick list proposal.  
-    * N - None of the items on the picklist ​proposal checking the shelf life are in stock +    * N - None of the items on the pick list proposal checking the shelf life are in stock 
-    * P - Some of the items on the picklist ​proposal checking the shelf life are in stock +    * P - Some of the items on the pick list proposal checking the shelf life are in stock 
-    * A - All items on the picklist ​proposal checking the shelf life are in stock. ​+    * A - All items on the pick list proposal checking the shelf life are in stock. ​
  
 It is possible to delete or add customers to the route. ​ It is possible to delete or add customers to the route. ​
  
-To add an extra customer to the route, press the ‘Add client’ button then select the customer from the list. The customer will only be added to the route if (s)he has at least one open sales order without a picklist ​or picklist ​proposal. After the customer is added, ​picklist ​proposal(s) will be generated for the open sales order. The generated ​picklist ​proposal(s) will be assigned to the route. ​+To add an extra customer to the route, press the ‘Add client’ button then select the customer from the list. The customer will only be added to the route if (s)he has at least one open sales order without a pick list or pick list proposal. After the customer is added, ​pick list proposal(s) will be generated for the open sales order. The generated ​pick list proposal(s) will be assigned to the route. ​
  
-To remove a picklist ​proposal from the route, select its line then press the ‘Delete client’ button. The picklist ​proposal will be closed and will be removed from the route.+To remove a pick list proposal from the route, select its line then press the ‘Delete client’ button. The pick list proposal will be closed and will be removed from the route.
  
 The route sequence can be modified by selecting a line and moving it with the up and down arrows. The route sequence can be modified by selecting a line and moving it with the up and down arrows.
  
-To generate ​picklists ​from the sales orders assigned to the route click on the ‘Gen.pick list’ button.+To generate ​pick lists from the sales orders assigned to the route click on the ‘Gen.pick list’ button.
  
-<WRAP round info>​Customer collect ​picklists ​will not be added to the route.</​WRAP>​+<WRAP round info>​Customer collect ​pick lists will not be added to the route.</​WRAP>​
  
 ====22.1.3. Route planning==== ====22.1.3. Route planning====
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 To see the route on the map and to get the driving directions, open the Routes Map screen via: Produmex>​Routes>​Routes map. Produmex uses Google Maps to display the roadmap and to get the driving directions. To see the route on the map and to get the driving directions, open the Routes Map screen via: Produmex>​Routes>​Routes map. Produmex uses Google Maps to display the roadmap and to get the driving directions.
  
-On the left side of the window the map is shown. Next to the map open routes that have at least one picklist ​(proposal) are listed. Tick the checkbox next to the route to display it on the map. Multiple routes can be displayed.+On the left side of the window the map is shown. Next to the map open routes that have at least one pick list (proposal) are listed. Tick the checkbox next to the route to display it on the map. Multiple routes can be displayed.
  
 To see the suggested driving directions, select the route from the dropdown list next to ‘Select driving directions’. A route can only be selected if its checkbox next to the map is checked. The Total distance and the suggested driving directions will be listed on the screen. To see the suggested driving directions, select the route from the dropdown list next to ‘Select driving directions’. A route can only be selected if its checkbox next to the map is checked. The Total distance and the suggested driving directions will be listed on the screen.
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   * //​Log.units//:​ Number of the logistic units packed for the route.   * //​Log.units//:​ Number of the logistic units packed for the route.
  
-On the Pick lists not on a route section open picklists ​and picklist ​proposals that are not assigned to a route and are not customer collect are listed. Click on the ‘Refresh’ button to refresh the section.+On the Pick lists not on a route section open pick lists and pick list proposals that are not assigned to a route and are not customer collect are listed. Click on the ‘Refresh’ button to refresh the section.
   * //Type//: The document type. Possible values: ‘Pick list’ or ‘Pick list proposal’.   * //Type//: The document type. Possible values: ‘Pick list’ or ‘Pick list proposal’.
   * //Nr//: The number of the document.   * //Nr//: The number of the document.
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     * //Country//     * //Country//
   * //Pick/Pack remarks//: Remark for the picking and packing.   * //Pick/Pack remarks//: Remark for the picking and packing.
-  * //​Log.units//:​ The number of the logistic units packed for the picklist+  * //​Log.units//:​ The number of the logistic units packed for the pick list
-  * //Status//: The status of the picklist. This field is empty when the base document is a picklist ​proposal.+  * //Status//: The status of the pick list. This field is empty when the base document is a pick list proposal.
  
-To see and modify the picklist ​and picklist ​proposals assigned to the route, open the route.+To see and modify the pick list and pick list proposals assigned to the route, open the route.
  
 Select the route then click on the ‘>1’ button next to the routes section to open it on Section 1, or click on the ‘>2’ button to open it on Section 2. Select the route then click on the ‘>1’ button next to the routes section to open it on Section 1, or click on the ‘>2’ button to open it on Section 2.
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 {{ :​implementation:​functionalguide:​routes:​planning01.png |Route Planning 1}} {{ :​implementation:​functionalguide:​routes:​planning01.png |Route Planning 1}}
  
-When a route is opened in a section, ​picklist ​and picklist ​proposals assigned to the route are listed on the grid. +When a route is opened in a section, ​pick list and pick list proposals assigned to the route are listed on the grid. 
  
-It is possible to change the route sequence, add and delete ​picklists ​and picklist ​proposals or move them to another route.+It is possible to change the route sequence, add and delete ​pick lists and pick list proposals or move them to another route.
  
-To delete a picklist ​(proposal) select its line and click on the ‘-‘ button (1). The picklist ​removed from the route will be listed on the //Pick lists not on a route// section. ​+To delete a pick list (proposal) select its line and click on the ‘-‘ button (1). The pick list removed from the route will be listed on the //Pick lists not on a route// section. ​
  
-To add a picklist ​(proposal) select it from the list on Pick lists not on a route section and press the ‘>1’ or ‘>2’ button. The picklist ​will be added to the bottom of the list. Only picklists ​(proposals) assigned to the same warehouse as the route can be added.+To add a pick list (proposal) select it from the list on Pick lists not on a route section and press the ‘>1’ or ‘>2’ button. The pick list will be added to the bottom of the list. Only pick lists (proposals) assigned to the same warehouse as the route can be added.
  
 {{ :​implementation:​functionalguide:​routes:​planning02.png |Route Planning 2}} {{ :​implementation:​functionalguide:​routes:​planning02.png |Route Planning 2}}
  
-<WRAP round box>​Example:​ In the example we added an extra picklist ​to the route. If we now check the route in the routes map, we can see that the route can be optimized by changing the route sequence. ​+<WRAP round box>​Example:​ In the example we added an extra pick list to the route. If we now check the route in the routes map, we can see that the route can be optimized by changing the route sequence. ​
  
 {{ :​implementation:​functionalguide:​routes:​example01.png |Example}} </​WRAP>​ {{ :​implementation:​functionalguide:​routes:​example01.png |Example}} </​WRAP>​
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 {{ :​implementation:​functionalguide:​routes:​planning03.png |Route Planning 3}} {{ :​implementation:​functionalguide:​routes:​planning03.png |Route Planning 3}}
  
-To move the picklist ​(proposal) to the other opened route, press the ‘^’ (6) or the ‘ˇ’ (7) button. The ‘^’ (6) button will move the picklist ​(proposal) selected from the route in Section 2 to the route opened in Section 1. The ‘ˇ’ (7) button will move the picklist ​(proposal) selected from the route in Section 1 to the route opened in Section 2. The picklist ​will be added to the bottom of the list.+To move the pick list (proposal) to the other opened route, press the ‘^’ (6) or the ‘ˇ’ (7) button. The ‘^’ (6) button will move the pick list (proposal) selected from the route in Section 2 to the route opened in Section 1. The ‘ˇ’ (7) button will move the pick list (proposal) selected from the route in Section 1 to the route opened in Section 2. The pick list will be added to the bottom of the list.
  
-It is also possible to drag and drop the picklist ​(proposal) from one route to another. Simply select the picklist ​(proposal) in one section the drag it to the other section. The route sequence can also be modified with the drag and drop function.+It is also possible to drag and drop the pick list (proposal) from one route to another. Simply select the pick list (proposal) in one section the drag it to the other section. The route sequence can also be modified with the drag and drop function.
  
-<WRAP round box>​Example:​ In the example we moved the picklist ​to the second line in order to optimize the route.+<WRAP round box>​Example:​ In the example we moved the pick list to the second line in order to optimize the route.
  
 {{ :​implementation:​functionalguide:​routes:​planning04.png |Example}} {{ :​implementation:​functionalguide:​routes:​planning04.png |Example}}
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 {{ :​implementation:​functionalguide:​routes:​newroute.png |Create a new route}} {{ :​implementation:​functionalguide:​routes:​newroute.png |Create a new route}}
  
-The route will be added to the list of Open routes. Open the route in a section then add picklists ​(proposals) as described in //22.1.3.1. Route planning // +The route will be added to the list of Open routes. Open the route in a section then add pick lists (proposals) as described in //22.1.3.1. Route planning // 
-<WRAP round info>​Only ​picklists ​(proposals) assigned to the same warehouse as the loading dock of the route can be added.</​WRAP>​+<WRAP round info>​Only ​pick lists (proposals) assigned to the same warehouse as the loading dock of the route can be added.</​WRAP>​
  
 =====22.3. Release the route===== =====22.3. Release the route=====
implementation/wms/routes.txt · Last modified: 2017/09/08 07:11 by csuhaa