AIP: SCSS Starts To Calculate Too Early When DDP is Zero
Last updated on FEBRUARY 28, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Retail Advanced Inventory Planning - Version 14.1.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Supplier Compliance Safety Stock (SCSS) is starting to calculate too early when Delivery-Day Demand Percentage (DDP) is zero.
- When DDP = zero, the review time of an Available to Plan (ATP) day starts at the end, not at the start.
- This is reflected in the 'Demand over review time' part of the WRP Receive Up to Level (RUTL) calculation.
- However, the SCSS calculation is not taking DDP into account, and starts to calculate from the start of the final day of the review time.
- This means that the demand in the final day of review time is counted twice in the RUTL when SCSS is in place , for both in 'demand over review time' and in 'safety stock'.
Expectation is that Supplier Compliance Safety Stock (SCSS) should start to calculate when review time ends.
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