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Copy Supply Chain MRP Plan Ends With Error APP-MRP-22160 (Doc ID 2398529.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

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


Trying to copy a completed MRP plan into a new one so you can make changes for a what-if planning scenario.
Created a new plan, and then go to the supply chain planning workbench for your source plan.
Under the Tools menu, select Copy Plan and select new plan in LOV.
Submit the Copy Supply Chain MRP Plan and the job ends in error.


1. Create new destination MRP but do not complete Options setups.
2. Open source plan which has recently been run and is completed. Go to the Workbench.
3. Tools menu > Copy Plan. Enter destination name defined in step 1 from LOV.
4. Submit CP.
5. Refresh screen and view CP log.

Copy Supply Chain MRP Plan Log file shows:

MRCCPP1 module: Copy Supply Chain MRP Plan

Current system time is 24-APR-2018 15:56:39

Entering mrcgfn_get_file_names()
Selecting MRP_FILES 15 0:00
Exiting mrcgfn_get_file_names()
Entering mrcpit_cp_items()
mrldcfn : unable to create file M115593790MRLD_ITEMS
affopen :: No such file or directory
tmp_profile_value: /test_apps/prod/inst/apps/TEST_scdebsappt2/logs/appl/conc/out
mrldcf : unable to create file # 12 file_name APP-MRP-22160: The CRP Planner has not been run for this plan

Cause: The specified process has not yet run. This could be because a previous planning process errored, or because the plan is currently being generated.

Action: Check the concurrent manager for details.

APP-MRP-22075: An internal error has occurred (mrcpit_cp_items, 1, , )
@ERRORTEXT Cause: The current routine encountered the specified@ERRORTEXT x Action: Contact your customer supportrepresentative.
Entering mrcdfn_delete_file_names()
Selecting MRP_FILES 15 0:00
Exiting mrcdfn_delete_file_names()
Total memory usage: 183

***** End Of Program - Copy Supply Chain MRP Plan *****





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