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Planned Orders Too Early For MRP PLANNED Safety Stock (Transient) Items In EDD Classic Constrained Plan (Doc ID 2066717.1)

Last updated on JULY 05, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Constrained Planning

Users run EDD Classic Constrained Plan. What they're seeing is planned orders being generated too soon making PAB way above safety stock for no known reason. Example

Item = 1E49331H01
Proc = 14
Post Proc = 5
Fix LT = 10
FLM = 200
FDS = 20
Min Ord Qty = 200
SS Method = MRP Planned Percent
SS Days = 20
SS % = 1500

Plan options - PTF, APO DTF - Peg Supplies by Demand Priority - Overwrite = None - All Planned Items - Dem Pri Rule - Sales orders, forecast, SS and then request date - 30/32/4 - EDD Classic all days 30 - Use end item substitution

Qty = 200 planned order due 05-OCT is way too soon. Didn't need it until 02-NOV-2015. On this date 05-OCT
PAB = 501
SS = 163

If I remove the qty 200 planned order my PAB would still be way above SS at 301 vs SS at 163


MSC: Include Safety Stocks in Priority Based Pegging = Yes
MSC: Split Planned Order to perform safety stock pegging = 2 = Yes but do not violate order modifier
MSC: Split Planned Orders for Scheduling Flexibility = No
MSO: Supplies used for satisfying transient safety stock = 1 = Supplies pegging to lower priority demands
MSO: Net All Firm Supplies Before Creating Planned Order = 1 = All Supplies

1. Advanced Supply Chain Planner Responsibility
2. Nav: Supply Chain Plan -> Launch Plan
3. View Plan results in Planners Workbench


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