title: Stock Aggregates group: userguides lang: en ref: stock-aggregates —
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The Stock Aggregates configuration tab offers the ability to configure parameters for managing sourcing rules, by defining sourcing rules for bundles, defining shipping zones, setting a wave schedule, defining an order ranking strategy, and more.
Stock Aggregates configuration tab
To enable (make active and visible) the Categories for configuration, select a scope from the Select scope dropdown.
To make changes to a value or setting, deselect DEFAULT so that you can override the existing default value. To make your new changes the default setting, select UNSET, click Yes in the confirmation dialog that appears, and then click Save Rule.
The Sourcing category allows you perform a variety of functions to allow you to better manage stock, including enabling or disabling filtering for already promised inventory, sources that don’t provide required services, maximum order allocations, and active sources.
|Default Sourcing Mode||Define the sourcing mode to be used for processed orders. The direct option specifies that the request should be sourced immediately. The batch option specifies that the order should be held and processed with others at the configured wave time. All in-store pickup (ISPU) orders are processed in direct mode.|
|Definition of shipping zones||Indicate the shipping zone and address fields to be used for zone mappings, via AddressField (STATE and COUNTRYCODE options) and zonesToAddressFields (Zone and AddressField options).|
|Bundle rules||Enable, disable, and configure the sourcing rules for bundles by setting the BundleRestriction (
|Filter Options Using Already Promised Inventory||Ensure (enable or disable) that confirmed order lines do not allocate inventory to orders with later delivery dates.|
|Filter Sources That Don’t Provide Required Service(s)||Require (enable or disable) a source allocated to a line item to also provide the required services of an associated line item or the overall order.|
|Filter Sources That Don’t Provide Required Shipping Method||Require (enable or disable) a source allocated to a line item to also provide the required shipping method for that request. Enable the Assume Standard Shipping Is Provided functionality so that the OMS assumes the
|Filter for active source functionality||Allow (enable or disable) the sourcing logic to ignore the sources that are not included as part of a wave.|
|Filter for max order allocation functionality||Allow the maximum order allocation functionality to be enabled or disabled for a client. The maximum accepted order will be assumed to be unlimited if it is not configured at the source level.|
|Filter sources that aren’t in the correct shipping zone||Allow (enable or disable) filtration of sources that are not in the request’s shipping address zone.|
|Limits Splits in a Sourcing Request||Enable or disable the ability to limit the number of splits (number of generated shipment requests) in a sourcing request, and configure the related integer value (“1” signifies two generated shipment requests, “0” signifies one shipment request) via the Limit option.|
|Order Ranking Strategy||Apply order sorting to a batch before processing, via configurable values such as “size”, “age”, “shipping method”, and “promise delivery date”.|
|Prevent sourcing requests from being partially sourced||Prevent (enable or disable) immediate sourcing of items to allow for backorder items to be stocked (if one or more lines cannot be sourced the entire request is not sourced). Configure PartialSourceShipRestriction (
|Rule Weight definition||Define the value in integers of existing sourcing weights (values associated with the lowst to highest scores).|
|Scoring Rules||Configure scoring rules , including the relative weighting between rules, via Scoring Options By The Fewest Splits, Scoring Sources By Distance, Scoring Sources By Available Inventory, Scoring Sources By Group Priority, and Scoring To Prefer ‘In-Zone’ Sources options.|
|Wave Schedule||Specify a schedule/collection of rules for batched sourcing requests, known as “waves”. Add, or revise the existing, Action Wave Times (via Wave Start Time, Timezone, Days of week this is active options).|