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E1: 34: Forecast Consumption PLO and Defer, Results in Supply Shortage (R3483) (Doc ID 2656906.1)

Last updated on APRIL 13, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On R3483 run, when a Specific Supply Order must be deferred to future date into a bucket and G & L action messages support is removed from the UDC 34 MT table, then the system must generate a new PLO Order message for the remaining quantity, but the PLO is creating on a deferred date with shortfall of requirements.  But MRP doesn't trigger any excess supply messages when G&L message types are removed from the UDC 34 MT table.

1. Enter fresh data items as purchase planning components of manufactured parent, such as forecast consumption planning item.  
2. Enter min, max, multiple, as is supported setup.  
3. Set safety stock, lead times, and freeze fence to support valid use cases.
4. Enter independent demand to generate O order or B order and expedite messages for all items.  
5. Change the planning data, generation dates, forecast dates and quantities to force a defer purchase order into the planning date bucket with a shortage.  
6. Remove Message Types G and L from UDC 34 MT table, forcing shortages to be met by net new PLO messages.  
7. Run MRP and review planning data in time series, messages, and P4021.  In absence of Message Types G and L, expect that planning shortages will be covered by net new PLO order messages. 

Changes

 

Cause

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