Last updated on AUGUST 30, 2016
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Engineer to Order - Version 9.1 and later
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PRP is not planning for each lower level demands in a project. R3482/R3483 consolidates component demands with different request dates coming from multiple levels in parts list. Purchase orders are consolidated to a demand with the earliest requested date.
This requirement was rejected on Bug 11025060 - PROJECT PURCHASE PLANNING - SAR: 8943905 once. But the current function; summarizing multiple demands with different request dates to 1 demand with earliest request date in a project makes some troubles into the customer business process. If the customer uses current function, there are no spaces to store purchased materials that are used more than a month later. As you know, to keep materials in warehouse costs a lot. It is not cost effective.
Requesting PRP should plan for each demand in all levels of a multi-level Bill of Material (BOM) instead of summarizing demands.
It is OK to summarize demands with the same request date.
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