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Rapid Planning Lessons Learned to May 2011 FAQ (Doc ID 1080635.1)

Last updated on JUNE 29, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Rapid Planning - Version 12.0.4 to 12.1.2 [Release 12 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 26-Jun-2013***

Purpose

This doc will give additional details to known issues plus explore diagnostic methods used by development to determine possible cause. This will discuss architecture, memory requirements specific to the Java heap space, Items with Excess Inventory metric, Debugging the KPI Graph, R12 server configuration, supply chain bill editing in Rapid Planning as well as understanding the MSC.MSC_WEB_SERVICES table.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Are the Oracle Rapid Planning Application and engine compatible for 32 bit as well as 64 bit?
 After logging into the Rapid Planning user interface(UI) and launching Plan RR-PL1, why did the plan fail with java.lang.OutOfMemoryError in the Launch Plan log?
 Is there an API for the Rapid Planning and Demantra Integration?
 Is there a new concurrent program to save plan data?
 Why doesn't the "Items with Excess Inventory metric" render properly in the graph?
 Details
 Steps To Reproduce
 Investigating KPI Graph
 Debugging KPI Graph
 Is it possible to run Rapid Planning on a different Hardware than ASCP but using the same Planning Server? Is it possible to run Rapid Planning on a different Hardware than ASCP but using a seperate Planning Server?
 Why can't I edit a supply chain bill for la0357 as indicated in the Rapid Planning (RP) user's guide (E14573-02, January 2010)?
 How do I investigate the reason for the MSC_WEB_SERVICES table showing no data after creating a number of Managed Servers for Rapid Planning?
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