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Intransit Supply Of Lot With Not Enough Remaining Shelf Life For Sales Order, No Planned Order Generated (Doc ID 2020182.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 12, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : version, Memory Based Planner

MRSL: Intransit supply of lot with not enough remain shelf life for SO demand, no planned order generated for fulfilling the SO demand. CBO/SCO engine not recognizing that the in-transit supply is not having enough remaining shelf life. The SO remains unpegged to any supply.

Expected behavior is:
1. If an In-transit lot does not have enough remaining shelf life to be used for a particular sales order, it needs to create a separate planned order if there is no other supply to fulfill the demand.

Plan type is ECC - Constrained without Detailed scheduling.
SO has MRSL of 90 days, demand due date of 02-Mar-2015, SO MRSL date is 31-May-2015.
In-transit supply coming into the org carries a lot with expiration date = 26-May-2015.

Expected result is: plan creates a new planned order with lot with correct remaining shelf life. In-transit lot is not used and remains unpegged in the plan to true demands.

Actual result is: plan does not create a new planned order. The In-transit supply is pegged to expired lot demand. The SO does not have any supply pegged to it. Shows up as Unpegged demand_id in planner log file with debug ON.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. In-transit supply with not enough remaining shelf life for a given SO
2. SO with MRSL days specified on the SO line
3. Plan type is constrained without detailed scheduling
4. No new planned order generated.


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