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IR-ISO Not Balanced and We Have Additional Planned Order Demand In Source Org (Doc ID 1365502.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 11.5.10.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 18-Sep-2014***

Symptoms

11.5.10 in Production and Test
Rollup #39 - 9000516


PROBLEM
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There is extra planned order demand which is creating extra supply in the source org for our internal req /sales order setups.

IN ASCP plan, we have an internal requisition transferred to OM for company CHI (with source company CID). In the ASCP plan for company CID (shipping org) we see both the "sales order" and "planned order demand" for the same requisition. Because of this the system creates an excess supply for company CID.

We see 1 demand in CHI
We have purchase req for this demand in CHI

we have sales order in source org CID sales order
We have on hand to satisfy the sales order.
We also have some WIP supplies we created in this org.
BUT - we also have planned order demand in CHI - which is on top of the sales order demand.. this should not be present if the sales order is tied back to the purchase req

For Company A; create an internal requisition (REQ1) for item X. Transfer this req to OM. This becomes Sales order (SAL1) for org B.
Run ASCP plan. For company B we have two types of demand (same quantity and same dates): the sales order (SAL1), a "planned order demand". Pegging shows this demand is due to the internal requisition. So the internal requisition creates two sources of demand and then supply for the other company.

STEPS
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Demand in Org CHI creates planned order
release and create req, then create internal sales order
Then run collections and plan.


EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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no extra planned order demand in the source org

BUSINESS IMPACT
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extra supplies are created and shipped around the world and are not needed.

Cause

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