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MSONEW Memory Based Planner Errors Signal 11 Mrlnw7_source_po The Issue Occurs When Users Firm Planned Orders (Doc ID 1276153.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 19, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Executable:MSONEW - Memory Based Planner


On : version, Memory Based Planner in PROD and TEST (Cloned)

Users are on ASCP Engine/UI RUP#36 patching level. Users are running an EDD constrained plan. They've run into an intermittent problem where if users firm a planned order in the ASCP workbench for certain items. Let's say they want to combine two planned order qty's for an item into one planned order. They'll pick one planned order, increase the qty to cover both and firm it but they're not releasing it yet. When the plan is rerun it fails with the following with debug enabled:

MSONEW Memory Based Planner

*mrlnw7_source_po(1):Item 370886 Org 9202 Inst 43 OrderDate 2455579 OrderQuantity 637.000000
Vendor -23453 VendorSite -23453 SourceOrg 9202 Inst 43 Rank 1 AllocPercent 100.000000
CurrentHistAllocatedQty 3567.000000
Type 9 Qty -637.000000 AllocQty 0.000000 Vendor -23453 Site -23453 newSched 2455579 trans 831645957
PrevSchedOnHand 0.000000 schedDate 2455579
*mrlnw7_source_po(1):Item 370886 Org 9202 Inst 43 OrderDate 2455593 OrderQuantity 510.000000
Vendor -23453 VendorSite -23453 SourceOrg 9202 Inst 43 Rank 1 AllocPercent 100.000000
CurrentHistAllocatedQty 4204.000000
Program was terminated by signal 11

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Run EDD constrained plan successfully
2. Go into the ASCP workbench and firm planned orders for several items
3. Rerun the EDD constrained plan and it fails in MBP phase with Signal 11
4. Note the inventory_item_id and org_id it was working on at the time
5. Go back and unfirm the planned order(s) for that item
6. Rerun the plan and it's successful

How was this problem resolved?


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