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Sometimes ASCP Ignores Post Process Leadtime. Why Due Date = Dock Date = Ship Date? Weekly Bucket Compression (Doc ID 1964776.1)

Last updated on JULY 12, 2022

Applies to:

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


Sometimes the suggested due date in BA1 is not taking into calculation POST processing LT.

A. In this test case due date at Feb-7(Saturday) it's weekend, holiday. We have 5 day org calendar in use.
Now dock date is 6-Feb + 1 day PPLT shall be 9-Feb, because 7, 8 Feb are day off. In this case why 7-feb due date are not calculated to be on working day?

B. There is planned order 12345 ... it has sugg ship date = sug dock date = 20-Feb-2015, but sugg due date = 27-Feb-2015.

? So order 12345 also are in weekly bucket but dates are calculated differently.

Can you answer questions:
1) Does it mean that in weekly buckets plan ignores calendar and all dates are calculated on Friday?
2) Why planned order 12345 sugg due date is 1 week from sugg ship date, but for 45678 sug due date = sugg ship date?


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