E1: 34: Working and Non-Working Day Impact on Planning Messages with Forecast Consumption (P3411/R3482/R3483) (Doc ID 656728.1)

Last updated on MARCH 10, 2015

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
R3482 - MRP/MPS Requirements Planning
R3483 - Master Planning Schedule - Multiple Plant
P00071 - Workday Calendar
P4021 - Supply and Demand Inquiry
P3413 - MPS Time Series
P4205 - Shipment Confirmation


Symptoms

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The R3482/R3483 Requirements Planning UBEs consider the working and non-working days in the Shop Floor Calendar (P00071) when generating planning messages.  However, the calculation of shipments and open sales orders is performed considering only working days, resulting in incorrect planned order calculations and incorrect forecast consumption.

For example, a factory is closed on a holiday, but sales operations continue.  Shipments and open sales orders are not taken into consideration in MRP with forecast consumption logic.  Non-working days (shutdown, holiday, etc) are planned by MRP(R3482/R3483) during message generation, but are not considered in the calculation of shipments and open sales orders.

Cause

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