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E1: 42: Order Prep Days Preference with Negative Days Value (Doc ID 2622187.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 19, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Entry - Version 9.2 and later
Generic (Platform Independent)


The manufacturing enterprises in the planning of MPS expect it to use order preparation days to the customer commitment. The dates used are the date of the order, requested date (DRQJ), and make ready for days as Scheduled Pick Date (PDDJ) The date usually demanded is greater than the number of days the Planning Fence (MTF1). In this way, the planner has a enough MPS plan date to plan for the future.

The order preparation days in the current system can only be defined as a positive number, so that the promised delivery date (RSDJ) must be manually modified to a future date to calculate the Scheduled Pick Date (PDDJ) and Promised Ship Date (PPDJ).

Order Preparation Days Basic and Advanced Preference Profiles / Delivery Date Basic and Advanced Preference Profiles should provide the functionality to define a negative number for OPLT Order Prep Days representing a plan selection date biased backwards by the current date/requirement date to address Order entry and MPS planning issues.




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