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Auto-pack Report
The Auto-pack Report is designed to provide visibility to batches that have been
successfully packed by the Auto Pack concurrent program.

Note: This report is automatically printed as a result of the Auto Pack
concurrent process.

Auto Ship Confirm Report
The Auto Ship Confirm Report is designed to provide visibility to batches that have
been successfully ship confirmed by Auto Ship Confirm concurrent program.

Note: This report is automatically generated as a result of ship confirmation.

Backorder Detail Report
The Backorder Detail Report prints details about backordered items for your
organization and displays the information based on the report parameters

Backorder Summary Report
The Backorder Summary Report prints a list of all unshipped orders
and includes only open orders that include pick release.
Multiple orders and their back ordered lines are displayed on the same page.
It displays order information such as the order type, order numbers, warehouse,
last shipped date, monetary value of items ordered, and the quantity of items
outstanding and shipped. These amounts involve totals for
shippable items only because the Backorder Summary Report does not account
for non-shippable items.

Bill of Lading Report
The Bill of Lading prints (on preprinted forms) all sales orders that have been
confirmed from a selected delivery. This document lists the ship date, carrier,
bill of lading number, delivery name, shipper, ship-to address, carrier name,
waybill number, quantity and description of unpacked items, quantity and
total of items packed in containers, total quantity of items,
and weight/volume information defined in shipping.
Any shipping notes you may have created are also printed.


Commercial Invoice Report
The Commercial Invoice Report lists all confirmed shipped items in a delivery.
If you specify only a delivery name when defining the parameters of this report,
Shipping Execution prints one commercial invoice per delivery within the trip.
This report lists ship date, commercial invoice ID (same as the delivery name),
 shipper/exporter, ship-to address, exporter identification number, freight carrier,
all confirmed items within each delivery (including purchase order number,
order number, quantity, unit of measure, unit value, and extended value for the items),
total packages, total weight, and total value. Country of origin is for future use.

You can print order and line level notes on the commercial invoice.
However, Shipping Execution maintains a two line maximum for notes at the header
or footer to allow space for the fixed footer information that prints at the bottom of
this report.

This report does not show tax or freight charges.

Open Deliveries Report
Use the Open Deliveries Report to view deliveries that you have not recorded
as ship-confirmed or shipped.

Use it as:

A list of all deliveries that need processing and need ship-confirm
A list of the customer orders that the warehouse is processing
A list of pending orders that need processing at the end of a
fiscal period to recognize revenue

A list of deliveries with assigned lines
that you need to lock in (status Firm)


Pick Slip Report
The Pick Slip Report prints all picking line details in a picking batch.
This report is used by warehouse personnel to collect all items included in shipments.

The pick slip displays the following sections:
Pick slip header: Lists report date, warehouse, pick slip number,
and pick batch number.

Release criteria: Lists pick slip grouping rule name and criteria used in grouping
the pick slip such as customer, ship-to address, delivery name, trip stop address,
order number, shipment priority, carrier, subinventory, and requisition number.

Note: The criteria defined on the selected pick slip grouping rule displays
on the pick slip. For example, customer name and carrier display on the pick slip
if the pick slip grouping rule with this criteria is selected for pick release.

Pick slip list: The Pick Slip lists each item as well as the line number,
unit of measure, quantity requested, quantity shipped, sales order number,
sales order line, ship set, trip, delivery, task id, lot number, serial number from,
serial number to, revision, pick from location, and whether the item is required for
shipment. The requested quantity shows the total quantity.


Shipped Delivery Lines Report

Use the Shipped Delivery Lines report to display all delivery lines
that have been shipped. This report includes each shipped delivery line that
satisfies your parameter criteria. With this report you can also print totals
for the released and shipped quantities and the number of delivery lines that
meet your parameter criteria.

The report will generate a released number that is greater than the shipped number
in order to compare released versus shipped quantities. This typically occurs when
an order has been partially backordered.
For example, you have order number 590221 for 10 each of item AS33490.
If a backorder of 6 occurs, then the Shipped Delivery Lines Report will display
the following:

Order 590221

Line 1.1 quantity released 10 quantity shipped 4

Line 1.2 quantity released 10 quantity shipped 6

Total: Released 20 Shipped 10

Using this report, you can print information relative to all the delivery lines
that have passed the ship confirm process (status: Interfaced) like order number,
released, and shipped quantity, and so on.
Delivery lines are selected based on the parameters used to generate the report.

You can use this report in several ways, including the following:

A management report at the month end and quarter end for Accounts Receivables
to assure that all shipments had completed and Auto Invoiced.

As a tool to identify possible re-calls or to identify the customers that a
particular item has been sent to.

A management report by distribution management to compare the items
that were released and shipped for a particular time period.
It helps in determining picking and shipping performance metrics.

This report also lists each sales order, including customer name,
shipping address, order number and order date, purchase order number,
 freight and payment terms, and salesperson associated with the items.
Also included are the pick slip number, FOB point, planned freight carrier,
requisition number, requestor.

The Pick Slip displays separately the quantity of items picked from various lots:
the Transaction Quantity from each lot displays separately under Quantity.

Shipping notes: Lists any associated shipping notes.

A list of deliveries that you may need to close
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