ASCP Workbench "View By Supplier" Horizontal Plan For Aggregate Supply Based on Model Does Not Show Any Supplies With Plan Type - Constrained Without Detailed Scheduling
(Doc ID 2414443.1)
Last updated on JUNE 22, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.2.4 and later
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When "View By Supplier" Is Chosen And Drilled Into On ASCP Workbench, The Horizontal Plan Does Not Show Existing, Purchase orders, purchase requisitions and Planned Orders.
It shows the available capacity that has been set up in the ASL but does not consume this capacity at all though there are POs, PRs and Planned orders for the item. T
his is giving an incorrect picture of the capacity available with the supplier. They are unable to see existing POs , PRs and planned orders in the horizontal plan though it is present in the item supply/demand screen when view by actions is chosen in the workbench.
We have same supplier for multiple parts and hence we defined a group item (ATO model) and attached this group item as Base Model on all the parts that share capacity. ASL has been set up for the group item with capacity.
ATO Items that share capacity are - MOD-A-1111, MODE-A-222, and MOD-A-333
ATO Items have the Base Model as MOD-A
Global ASL for the ATO Model MOD-A item with supplier capacity
Assign sourcing rule to the group item
Create a forecast set and add the group item as well along with the shared capacity parts
Create Purchase orders for the ATO items
Set up profile option MSC: Supplier Capacity Consumption by Purchase Orders = Yes
Create ASCP plan with plan type Constrained Without Detailed Scheduling
Run ASCP plan
Open workbench > View by Suppliers > Drill down to suppliers > drill down to the ATO item.
Horizontal plan shows the capacity but does not show any purchase orders, planned orders etc that are consuming this capacity
--There are purchase orders for the 3 ATO items that share same supplier capacity and should have consumed the capacity.
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