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ATP Scheduling Results Are Wrong - GOP Plan Has Reservation Lines With ORDER_TYPE-100 That Appear Incorrect (Doc ID 2126702.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 19, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Global Order Promising - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms or higher

Order was requested to ship on 05-FEB-16.
Due to item availability it had Schedule Ship Date calculated as 11-FEB-16. It was on a ship set so all lines had the same date.
Yesterday the order was fully reserved and ready to ship
Today we have decreased the quantity on line 5.1 from 80 down to 40.
The reservation for 40 remained, but now the entire order was rescheduled to 25-FEB-16.
This is not acceptable as the order is fully reserved, ready to ship and already overdue.

Reservations for inventory and hard reservations for ATO discrete jobs are both ignored when pegging is calculated, producing invalid ATP results.

The customer run DC and ATP 24x7 plan every 2 hours
We see that in MSC_DEMANDS we have records for same sales_order_line_id with origination -100 and 30
-- my understanding is that these -100 records should be removed during ATP plan run.
-- the sales order was not rescheduled and these lines persist after each plan run.
orig / using assembly_demand Date
-100 / 2/15/2016 9:02
30 / 2/25/2016 23:59

The ATP inquiry and /scheduling uses the sales order line information with origination -100
-- therefore we see sales order demand in bucket 15-FEB for 496 - because qty - 192 is having -100 line with date of 15-FEB

The ATP plan results show data per the origination - 30 - 25-FEB for these sales order lines

See file - sup-review_Requested_data_2.xlsx

Order is not rescheduled out

shipping on time is compromised




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