E1: 34: R3483 Multi-Plant MRP Suggests Multiple Unexpected Plan Orders Resulting Excess Demand quantity
(Doc ID 2709095.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 10, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9.2]
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Even if available quantity doesn’t become negative in the future, R3483 creates unnecessary Planned Order messages (PLO) multiple times by adding new work orders as supply manually. As a result, supply quantity will exceed demand quantity if all planned order messages (PLOs) are generated.
Data conditions are as follows.
- Item has 2 Freeze Fence (MTF2) in Item Additional Information (F4102)
- Set 120 to Maximum/Minimum Reorder Qty in Quantity (F4102)
- Quantity Available: negative quantity on R3483 generation date. Then becomes positive quantity on the next date by Supply order
- Demand quantity: add multiple Demand orders every work day * In 'Demand order', the item exists as component in parts list (F3111).
- Supply quantity: add Supply order almost every Tuesday *In 'Supply order', the item is ordered item in work order header(F4801).
- Run R3483 on Monday
- Multiple Supply orders added manually: set start date as last Wednesday before R3483 generation date and request date as Thursday after R3483 generation date. In case of R3483 generation date is 9/7, its start date is 9/2 and request date is 9/9.
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