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Excess Supply Recommended By Ascp Pegs To No Demand (Doc ID 1186697.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 27, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Excess Planned order recommended by ASCP in Planning workbench has no demand to be pegged ASCP recommends additional Planned order for an Item for an organization (lets call that the parent organization) for a quantity of 6  which pegs to excess and also recommends a Planned order demand and Planned order supply in the manufacturing organization (lets call that one the child organization).

The planned order is a separate order for 6 and is not a shared supply; but there is no demand for it to be pegged.

This causes the release of additional supply orders at the plant for either Auto Releases or manual releases.


Excess supply is recommended as a separate planned order which is not obviously pegging to any safety stocks or any other demands and passes this excess supply to child levels as a planned order demand.
This caused excess inventory at parent and child organizations which do not have any demand to be pegged.
The item has an order modifier of a quantity of 80 and can show up the excess supply in parent organization, but it was unclear why this excess supply of parent organization is recommending supplies in child organization.


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