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MRPSCPWB Source Organization From Sourcing Rule Not Available In MRP Workbench Supply/Demand (Doc ID 2278967.1)

Last updated on JUNE 28, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Materials Requirement Planning - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 12.1.3 version, User Interface in Test

Users are running an MRP plan that has multiple organizations and they have sourcing rules setup that cross over between organizations. After the MRP plan run they are running into and output/list of values issue in the MRP workbench for the field Source Org. Example data:

Item = 03507734-C
Org = RKW
Org = TEM
Both organizations need this item for assembly builds (ie direct demand for both organizations)

Sourcing rule setup:

Customer has all orgs sourcing rule setup as follows:

XFR from Org = TEM 20% Rank 1
XFR from Org = RKW 50% Rank 1
Buy From Supplier Channell Rank 1 30%

This sourcing rule is assigned to the assignment set at the Category level and the assignment set is assigned to the Supply Chain Plan along with both organizations in the plan options. After the plan run, users navigate to the MRP workbench and review planned orders for the above item/orgs. For a Planned Order in Org = TEM they look at the list of values for Source Org and find 2 values


However if they select a planned order for this item in Org = RKW and review the Source Org list of values, they only see RKW and not TEM

Expect to see the Source Org for both RKW and TEM in the list of values for the planned order in the RKW Org

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create sourcing rules and assign to assignment set
2. Setup Supply Chain Plan with both organizations and the assignment set
3. Run Supply Chain Plan
4. Review planned orders for both organizations
5. See list of values is different for planned orders in Org RKW vs Org TEM


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