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E1: 34: Master Planning Schedule - Multiple Plant (R3483) Does not Create Order Messages for PMPN Controlled Parents if FC Demand Date is a Non-Working Day in Supply B/P (Doc ID 2755269.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 24, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


R3483 does not generate "O - order" messages to create WOs for PMPN items when the Forecast Request Date is defined as a non-working day in the supplying branch.
When the forecast date of the PMPN item is set as a working day in the supply B/P or when using the MRP processing option 'Date Branch' in 9-Multi-Facility tab defined for a branch plant having the forecast date set in the shop floor calendar as a working date, the MRP triggers all expected order messages.
In addition, if testing the same scenario with a discrete manufactured (non-PMPN controlled) parent item, the MRP messages are correct, irrespective of how the forecast date is defined in the shop floor calendar of the supplying branch.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. P4101 / P41026 – define one PMPN item in 2 branch plants; set the same MPF for both item branch records
  2. P3403T – define a branch relationship by MPF (set as above)
  3. P00071 – In the supply B/P, check and see that e.g. June 1 is set as a non-work day (= holiday)
  4. P00071 – In the demand B/P, check and see that e.g. June 1 is set as a work day
  5. P3460 – Create forecast demand for the PMPN item in the demand branch, with a Request Date = e.g. June 1
  6. R3483 – Define the MRP version for PMP processing and set the processing option # 1. Date Branch in the 9-Multi-Facility tab to blank
  7. P3411 – Check the MRP messages and see that a single (OT) order message is created to transfer the stock from supplying branch to demand branch. The order message to produce / replenish the stock is not created.




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