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There is a dashboard displaying all Stack Run In Full (SRI Full) requests to the CTO user. Each SRI Full will be displayed displayed as a bar on the Chart to indicate when it begins and when it ends. 

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The form below is displayed when the New Stack Run link is clicked, or when a pending SRI Full request is viewed.

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This Stack Run In Full Request Form is used to create a new Stack Run Request or update an existing request to the Stack Run.

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When a Stack Run In Full is confirmed, clicking on the Stack Run ID OR the progress bar for that Stack Run will display the following form:

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When a SRI Full is Confirmed, the Stack Run In Full Request Form is used to assign and prioritise containers to the Stack Run.

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  • Add Containers
  • Sort Containers
  • Lock the container priority order - Container orders cannot be changed
  • Lock the SRI Full Request from manifesting - no new containers can be added and the SRI Full cannot be manifested
  • Manifest Limit - View the maximum number of containers that can be manifested per zone for the stack run

 

Creating a new Stack Run In Full Request

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  • Commodity
  • Size
  • Vessel
  • First Discharge Port
    • Weight Range - All containers must fall in the specified weight range otherwise they will be rejected when added to the SRI Full

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      • Minimum weight 
      • Maximum weight

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    Part 2 - Adding Containers to a Confirmed SRI Full

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    As containers are added to the SRI Full Request, a list of containers will appear in the SRI Full Request form as seen below.

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    When all the required number of containers have been assigned to the Stack Run In Full, then manifesting can begin.

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    If the container Status is in Error, you can pass the mouse cursor over the status to display the error message description. A container will be error because it has either failed validation or there is no valid PRA for the container.

    The maximum number of containers you can manifest per zone per stack run are dependent on Manifest Limit. If the "Manifest Limit" shows "No Limit", that means there is no limit for the number of containers that can be manifested per stack run per zone.

     

    Possible validation errors include:

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