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End to End Case Study - Real Life Scenario Missing Forecast (Doc ID 1270642.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 15, 2019

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***Checked for relevance on 16-Nov-2012***

Purpose

Part of the Demantra End to End CTO Case Study documentation set
Note 1270662.1 - Demantra 7.3.0.1 End to End Case Study Master Index

<Document 1270662.1> Demantra 7.3.0.1 End to End Case Study Master Index
<Document 1270641.1> End to End Case Study - Create Source
<Document 1270725.1> End to End Case Study - End to End Demantra Processing
<Document 1270712.1> End to End Case Study - Back to ASCP from Demantra
<Document 1270713.1> End to End Case Study - Investigating EBS Data Entry Using SQL
<Document 1270642.1> End to End Case Study - Real Life Scenario Missing Forecast

Troubleshooting Steps

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Purpose
Troubleshooting Steps
 Real Life Scenario – Missing Forecast in ASCP
 1. Define the Parent Customer (Party)
 2. Create an Address for the EE-Party-1
 3. Create the Account Name EECusAcctName1
 4. In the Customer Addresses form,
 5. Create the Account Name EECusAcctName2
 6. In the Customer Addresses form,
 7. Enter 2nd Bill-To and Ship-To address (Site) for EECusAcctName2
 8. Finally, Query up the records for EE-Party-1
 9. Verify MRP_AP_CUSTOMERS_V and MRP_AP_CUSTOMER_SITES_V views are populated
 10. Verify MSD_SR_xxxxx_V views have data
 11. Launch ASCP Targeted Collection with Customer/Supplier/Org = Yes
 12. Verify data in msc_trading_partner_(sites), and msc_tp_(site)_id_lid
 13. Launch DP Setup Collections
 14. Launch DP Collect Level Values
 15. Verify data in msc_levels, level_values, level_associations
 Complete. All data entities are present.
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