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PTO Forecast exploson is Not Happening Correctly and ATP Shows Duplicate Demand Lines (Doc ID 2126927.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 06, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Global Order Promising - Version 12.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

The following structure has been created:
T_M (PTO_MODEL)
  T_OC (PTO Option Class)
  T_KIT (KIT)
  T_KIT_COMP (Standard Item)

When the Planning method for all is set to MRP/MPP Planned and if the Sales order is placed at PTO Model level i.e. T_M and if you schedule this order then
1. Along with the sales order line of KIT and KIT_COMP, demand lines of type (Planned Order Demand) for KIT and KIT_COMP are also created. Due this it is down counting/reserving double the quantity in GOP. You can verify the results in ASCP Planning Work Bench or ATP Inquiry

When the Planning method for Model and Option Class is set to None and for KIT/KIT_COMP is set to MRP/MPP Planned and if the Sales order is placed at Model and if you schedule this order then
1. Sales order lines are not getting persisted in MSC_ALLOC_DEMANDS table. Due to this it is not down counting the inventory. You can verify the results in ASCP Planning Work Bench or ATP Inquiry
 
When the Planning method for Model and Option Class is set to None and for KIT/KIT_COMP is set to MRP/MPP Planned and if the Sales order is placed at KIT and if you schedule this order then
1. Along with the sales order line of KIT and KIT_COMP, demand lines of type (Planned Order Demand) for KIT and KIT_COMP are also created. Due this it is down counting/reserving double the quantity in GOP. You can verify the results in ASCP Planning Work Bench or ATP Inquiry


 

Solution

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