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Variable Lead Time In ASCP Plan Is Rounded To 6 Decimal Places (Doc ID 2282095.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In the collections workbench, variable lead time for few items have more than 6 decimal places. But in the ASCP Plan, it is rounded to 6 decimal places.

For example, 0.0000075 in Collections workbench becomes 0.000008 in the ASCP plan.
4.16666666666667E-07 in Collections workbench becomes 0 in ASCP plan.
1.66667E-06 in Collections workbench becomes 0.000002 in ASCP plan.

ASCP plan is expected to use the variable lead time from collections workbench, as it is, without rounding off. Please confirm how to achieve this.

Because of this issue, the planned orders in the ASCP plan have incorrect suggested dates, i.e., same date for suggested start date, suggested due date, suggested order date, though the resource requirement is calculated correctly, based on the OPM recipe. e.g., 422 hours.


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