Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Global Order Promising - Version: 12.1.2
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Steps to Reproduce
Item A (make item) does not have any supply or demand. Then create a sales order line and add a line qty of 100. if the ATP details is checked then the pegging information explodes and provides the component details.
Step 2: Add a scheduled ship date and save it. This creates records in the tables MSC_SUPPLIES and MSC_DEMANDS. There is a sales order entry in MSC_DEMAND for 100 units and a planned order in MSC_SUPPLIES for 100 units.
Step 3: If the request date is now removed or the line is cancelled, then the demand in the MSC_DEMAND is removed, but the offsetting supply in MSC_SUPPLIES is not deleted. This creates an overstatement of supply.
Step 4: When we create a new sales order (before the collections and the ATP plan is run) the supply created in the previous steps shows up and the item does not explode in the pegging details form.
Is this the design of ATP?
We would prefer to have the demand removed from the plan, so that we can drill down to the details of the BOM for this make item when ATP is checked.
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