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Exclusion List: Specifies the Store+Style combinations which should not be allocated/replenished. Store name can be left blank if a Style needs to be excluded from all the Stores.

Warehouse Master: Contains the list of different Warehouses with the assigned IDs

NAMEName of the warehouse to be used for reporting purposes
WAREHOUSE_IDID assigned to each warehouse. The same needs to be used in Warehouse Stock and Store Category warehouse mapping
ONLINE_FULFILLMENT_FLAGIndicates whether the warehouse’s inventory is used for Online channels as well
For all the warehouses where this value is 1, the qty required for Online based on ROS will be excluded from the available Stock of every SKU

Inclusion List: Specifies the Store+Style combinations which should be given the first preference as a Brand call before sending in other combinations

Warehouse Store Category Map: Defines the list of relevant warehouses from which Stock can be sent to every Store+ Category combination and the priority

WAREHOUSESFor every Store and Category combination, this column specifies the relevant warehouses from which Stock can be distributed.
Each warehouse id needs to be separated by # in case of multiple warehouses

Style Freshness Status: Defines the Channel level style status (FRESH, OLD and RESERVED) along with the reserve percentage

RESERVE_PERCENTPercentage of inventory that should be reserved for a fresh style
RUN_DATEProduct run date for which the entries are populated
STATUSDenotes if a Style is Fresh/Old/Reserve.
Styles with status as ‘Reserve’ will be reverted by IRIS to ‘Fresh’ if the style is not visible in GIT, Open orders on the run date or in-store inventory between run date and last updated date of the style
Styles with status as ‘Reserve’ will be converted to ‘Old’ if the last updated date against the style is more than 45 days from the run date. This is done so that the reserve quantity is not blocked for longer duration and if there are no replenishments happening in this style because it is a bad seller, it can be sent to other stores

SKU Fulfillment Qty: Actual Qty fulfilled for the replenishment of every channel from the warehouse.

QUANTITYReplenishment quantity actually dispatched from the warehouse. It will be compared against the replenishment quantity suggested by IRIS to adjust the reserve pool accordingly.
If IRIS suggested replenishment of 3 units in Style 1, Size S to Store 1 from warehouse id 1, but the warehouse disptached only 2 units, then the leftout 1 quantity will be added back to the replenishment pool.

Max Allowed SKU depth: Defines the Maximum allowed quantity in Pivotal and Non-pivotal SKUs for every Store+ Category+ Sub Category combinations

Style Level Merchandise Tagging: This input is used to override the existing season of a style for a given channel. Relevant in the cases where the Brand wants to allocate only a subset of the styles for a particular Channel

Story Style List: Story/Collection name against the list of style codes which are part of the distribution run

Store Category Min Options: Minimum number of options required in each category for every store within a story/collection. The distribution will happen only if there are enough healthy options in both store and warehouse together in a particular category + story/collection

Store Category combination priority: The combination of categories that are allowed to be dispatched to a store in a story/theme/collection in case all the categories of the story/collection are not available. The priority defined here does not play any role in the order in which the combinations are dispatched

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