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E1: 33: Troubleshooting Capacity Requirements Planning CRP/RRP FAQ (R3382/R3380/P3313) (Doc ID 1450933.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 31, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
R3352 - Period Summary report
P3312 - Period Summary Review
P3313 - Work Center Load


Information Center: Overview of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning > Information Center: Troubleshooting JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning > Document 1450933.1.

The document pinpoints some of the main issues logged when troubleshooting CRP issues.  Users of MRP and RRP/CRP E1 Applications will find this useful.

Refer to E1: 33: R3382 Capacity Requirements Planning Setup and Overview Document 1433142.1 for general info on CRP.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Questions and Answers
 Question 1:  Capacity Message Summary (P3301), Review Dispatch Group, row exit to review Work Center Load (P3313), nothing displays?
 Question 2:  How can data be excluded from CRP Load Planning (P3313)? 
 Question 3:  Why do R3380 and R3382 create outputs for just hours, and no other units of measure?
 Question 4:  Why are Resources Units (R3007G) not being generated for a Named Calendar & Type.
 Question 5:  The field Unit Type (UNTY) in the F3312 is set to an "R," which is an invalid value in UDC 33/UT. 
 Question 6:  Why is it not possible to save changes to the colors of the Graphical Chart (P3313)? 
 Question 7:  What causes Review Work Center Load (P3313) to display an Error: 'No Memory,' for some work centers?
 Question 8:  Why is Period Summary (R3352) creating a blank report?
 Question 9:  Why is R3382 not taking hours from 3 shifts into account?
 Question 10:  Why is CRP not splitting load of a work center across date buckets?

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