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Pegging Order Of Firm Supplies Is Not Following Right Order - Intransit Supplies Pegged Before On Hand (Doc ID 1538396.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


12.1.3 in Production
with VCP Patch 11782731

<Document 879482.1> says that the order in which firm supplies will be pegged will be a). on hand, b) ...intransit shipments... It appears that our plan is using intransit shipments as well as planned orders before the on hand quantity is exhausted.

This plan does NOT use Peg Supply by Demand Priority

In the following example, intransit shipments as well as planned orders are being pegged prior to on hand being exhausted.

On hand should cover our requirements through early April.

However, intransit shipments are being pegged to demand in Jan, Feb and March and planned orders are being pegged to demand as early as March.

I have attached a spreadsheet with an extract from the MSC_FULL_PEGGING table using SQL from <Note 1511919.1> for this example.

We need to know how to get this to peg in the correct order.

When you run plan, you would expect pegging to follow example in <Document 879482.1>.  Unfortunately, you cannot trust the pegging output in the plan.


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