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Unable To Switch Between Zones Within The Horizontal Plan (Doc ID 2046762.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 25, 2019

Applies to:

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


Not able to switch zone in the horizontal plan to see global forecast for a particular zone.
HP always show details for a default zone ( zone A in our case) .

example test case scenario :
1. entered multiple sales orders for CTO items for various customers falling in to three different zones ( Zone - A,B and C)
2 published Global Forecast for Models at Zone level and have setup to be consumed also at zone level. And this forecast is getting consumed by the sales orders belonging to zone B
3. but when opening the HP for Zone 'B' forecast, HP plan opens with 'Zone A' - which is correct .
  When we try to view Zone B data by selecting 'Zone B' as below , the HP still shows data for Zone A --> which is the issue

Horizontal Plan -> Right click -> Global Forecasting->Zone B


Q: When switching between the zone - the upper section ( Global Org section) of the HP shows zone specific info correct.
  But the lower section of the HP ( Specific Org ) does not show zone specific info -> this means Org specific lower section of the HP always shows sum of all the zones for that bucket irrespective of the specific zone selected in the HP.
  Why is this happening ?

A: Please note that HP feature to switch Global Forecast zones is only for 'Global Org' set of data in HP, this is not intended for local org data in HP --> So org specific lower section of HP will be irrespective of zone selected (some additional information in
Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning Implementation and User's Guide Part No. E48756-05 in Section - To view Global Forecasting Results
  In order to have the option of 'Viewing zone specific info at Org level in HP' added as a standard feature we logged an Enhancement Request 21507985


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