For Some Exception Orders To Be Rescheduled Out Show Action Equal None For Purchase Order in ASCP Workbench (Doc ID 1590863.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

On : 12.1.3 version, Memory Based Planner in UAT

Users are on 12.1.3 and have applied VCP 12.1.3.8 Patch 14247039 - with no one offs using 64 bit MSONWS64.ppc 120.14.12010000.79

Unconstrained Plan
Getting Exception: Orders to rescheduled out but then action is None in ASCP workbench. Why is the action None with rescheduled out Message when
Reschedule out days = 1 but then the From Date and To Date are the same. Why is rescheduled days 1 and from date and to date the same and Sugg Due Date and Old Due Date is also same.

Example data:

item = JMBuy
Org = TST:M1
Pre Proc = 0
Proc = 70
Post = 5
PTF Date = 16-NOV-2013

There's a PO for this item showing in ASCP workbench
sugg due due 19-AUG-2013
old due date = 19-AUG-2013
old dock date = 12-AUG-2013
new dock date = 13-AUG-2013
Action = None in ASCP Workbench


Reviewing the exceptions see Orders to be rescheduled out
From Date = 19-AUG-2013
To Date = 19-AUG-2013
Reschedule out days = 1

This doesn't make sense to the users when there's no date change in the data in either the exception nor ASCP workbench. But the exception shows reschedule out days = 1 ???

This is happening intermittently on some items.

I looked at bug 16631437 but that's not the same issue. I also had them set profile MSO: Firm Purchase Orders Within Time Fence from Yes to No and rerun the plan but it did not help

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Expected not to see exception message in this case since the action in ASCP workbench is None

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Run unconstrained plan
2. Find PO's with exception message to reschedule out, but ASCP workbench recommends action = None

Cause

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