12.2.4.1 ASCP Workbench Find Criteria Window List of Values Not Showing Alphabetical Order (Doc ID 2013019.1)

Last updated on JUNE 28, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.2.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.2.4.1 version, User Interface

Users are on 12.2.4 and have applied VCP Cum Patch 12.2.4.1 - 19549533. They notice in the find criteria in the ASCP workbench, the list of values are no longer in alphabetical order. Example:

Navigate ASCP / Workbench / Select plan - right click an select supply/demand - supply demand - Find window comes up - enter
Criteria = Order Type
Condition = Equals
From = pl% and tab out - here is what's shown and notice it's NOT in alphabetic order

Planned order scrap
Planned order co-product/by-product
Planned order demand
Planned inbound shipment
Planned outbound shipment
Planned order
Planned New Buy Order
Planned Internal Repair Order
Planned Part Demand
Planned External Repair Order
Planned Repair Work Order

Do the same thing in 12.1.3..8 VCP instance and notice they are not quite in alphabetic order but they're closer

Planned External Repair Order
Planned Internal Repair Order
Planned New Buy Order
Planned Part Demand
Planned Repair Work Order
Planned inbound shipment
Planned order
Planned order co-product/by-product
Planned order demand
Planned order scrap
Planned outbound shipment

What user expects is fully alphabetic order

Planned External Repair Order
Planned inbound shipment
Planned Internal Repair Order
Planned New Buy Order
Planned order
Planned order co-product/by-product
Planned order demand
Planned order scrap
Planned outbound shipment
Planned Part Demand
Planned Repair Work Order

Users are NOT looking for a one off patch. Users would like this to get into the next available CUM patch

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
See above

Cause

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