Order Items Section
Written by DCL Support
Updated over a week ago

Under the Orders tab, there is a section called Order Item, which summarizes the number of back-ordered items, shipped items, and both back-order items and shipped items. If you are looking for specific parts shipping on individual orders, reference the Order Lines section.

What does each of the sections under Order Items mean?

The Order Items section is divided into three categories

  • Backlog items - Backlog means these are orders that have not shipped yet. So this section will summarize all parts that have not shipped yet. Within this section, you can also filter by the following criteria

    • Warehouse - This information will be useful if you have a split account and need to view a particular location.

    • Account - You can also view your account number. Such as just the items on B2B orders

    • Short Only - If you select this button, you will only see items with shortages and by how much. The shortages can be from when the orders were received or after

    • B/O Line only - If we have a shortage at the time we receive an order, we apply a B/O flag to the line at the time. You can view just the parts with a B/O flag here. Please note that this sort will ignore orders on hold.

  • Shipped Items -This is a summary of all parts shipped within a set time frame. The default is the last 10 days, but you can change that using the filters.

    • One filter unique to the Shipped Items section is called "Total." Under this filter, you have four choices.

      • Total: Total will show you the times shipped separated by account and warehouse

      • Total - By Account: This will show you the items shipped by account number for all warehouses together

      • Total - By Item: This will be the total items shipped, combining all warehouses and accounts.

      • Total - By Warehouse: This will show you the items shipped by warehouse and combine the account number together

  • All Items - All Items will combine both backlog and shipped units

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