E1: 34: MRP Multi-Plant R3483 Triggers Excess Planning Messages for Purchased Components Defined with "Purchasing Effective Days"
(Doc ID 2593908.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 30, 2019
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version 9.2 and later
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If a purchased component has the Purchasing Effective Days value defined, the MRP triggers incorrect MRP messages resulting in component's overstock. If the Purchasing Effective Days value is zero, the MRP plans correctly. If more and more incorrect MRP planning messages are triggered, the stock increases incorrectly and financial impact is high because money is stuck in raw materials that will be consumed over a long period of time.
The expectation is that MRP to trigger the same planning messages, irrespective of the "Purchasing Effective Days" value defined for the purchased component.
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