Planned Order Released As Purchase Requisition Instead Of Internal Requisition - Supplier and Supplier Site Also Populated Unexpectedly in ASCP Workbench
(Doc ID 2209254.1)
Last updated on MAY 01, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 12.1.3 version, Memory Based Planner in POC:
Users are on 12.1.3 and have applied VCP 188.8.131.52 Patch 14247039 using 32 bit exe's for Snapshot and MBP. They are running an Unconstrained ASCP plan. For a particular item they are releasing planned orders from the ASCP workbench. However, instead of creating an internal requisition (IR) with a corresponding internal sales order (ISO), they see a regular purchase requisition (PR) created in purchasing which would ultimately become a purchase order (PO). They also see Supplier and Supplier Site populated on the Planned Order when no such sourcing rule exists. Example data:
Org code = JML org id = 4
Org code = _JA org id = 61
Assignment set name = PRD:JACMEL
Planned order qty = 20 released for
Item = Q1052667-JATEST2.HF
Org = PRD:JML
Released as a Purchase Requisition (PR) - What's strange is in the ASCP workbench it shows
Source Org = PRD:_JA
Source Supplier = E.L.F. CO.LTD.
Source Supplier Site = VC-BANGKOK
How did it treat this as a buy from 2 different places - one an internal org and the other external supplier??? The supplier and supplier site shows up on planned orders for both organizations
Sourcing rule setup:
Name = JML From _JA setup specifically for Org = JML
From 23-NOV-2016 To is Null
Transfer from Org = _JA Rank 1 100% Ship Method with 0 intransit
The same sourcing rule shows up in the Assignment set = JACMEL which is assigned to the ASCP plan options
Expected and IR to get the item from Org = _JA instead of a PR for an outside supplier
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Created item, sourcing rule and assign to assignment set
2. Run data collections and the ASCP plan
3. Releasing planned order in Org = JML results in a PR being created for outside supplier instead of an IR to be from internal org = _JA
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