Last updated on JUNE 28, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.1.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Users made near term calendar dates as holidays (eg 14-APR thru 18-APR-2014 -current sysdate = 25-MAR-2014) for an organization manufacturing calendar (ie they made non working days within 30 days of current sysdate). They built and collected the calendar change
Job = 123
Item = JMake - standard finished good
Org = M1
Dates on the job in source instance
Seq 10 FUSD 14-APR-2014 06:12:00 FUCD 15-APR-2014 12:01:00
Seq 99 FUSD 15-APR-2014 12:01:00 FUCD 21-APR-2014 23:59:00
Now in ASCP this job shows sugg start date = 09-APR-2014 06:12:00 but ASCP shows action = None
They also note if they release the wip job anyway with action = None the job does get rescheduled in the source instance with start date change
Due to Eastern holidays the rebuild the plant calendar with additional non-working days. Data collection and plan has been run afterwards.
Our job (and many others) was planned to start on 14th April to satisfy demand for 21-Apr.
Now MRP is suggesting to start it on 9-Apr to satisfy the demand, but if no Action message is present in MRP they can not detect it.
to sum up, it is the same you explained to me (if suggested sue date can satisfy need by date than no res-schedule action is shown). The question is: if MRP logic is that and can not be changed.....what would be the workaround to detect easily those work orders that must be released to avoid be scheduled in non working week??
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