MRPSCPWB When Scrap Is Performed On WIP Discrete Job/Work Order, The Amount Shown In The MRP Workbench Is Reduced By Same
(Doc ID 2254827.1)
Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Materials Requirement Planning - Version 11.5.10 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 11.5.10 version, Materials Requirements Plan in Test:
Users are on 220.127.116.11. They are seeing an issue in regards to the qty being reported on a standard WIP job/work order in the MRP workbench following a plan run. Example
Users released a planned order for qty = 10712 from the MRP workbench which created a WIP discrete job with Start = 10712 and MRP Net = 10712. After rerunning the MRP Plan, the workbench shows the WIP job qty = 10712 as expected. Now the user moves through several routing operations on the job and they actually scraps or rejects a total qty = 2381 (qty = 8331 left). The MRP net qty on the job header remains = 10712. At this point the MRP plan is run again. This time the MRP workbench shows the wip job for qty = 8331. Users did not expect the MRP plan to pick up this qty = 8331
Users expected the job should show qty = 10712 (ie MRP Net Qty) on the job and not qty = 8331 due to the scrap/reject on the job
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Run MRP Plan
2. Release Planned Order to becomes a WIP discrete job
3. Rerun the MRP Plan
4. Perform Scrap and/or Reject operations on the WIP job
5. Rerun the MRP plan and see the qty is reduced in the MRP workbench for the job based on the amount rejected/scrapped
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