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Early Planned Order Demand Drives Excess Planned Orders In MPS Plan (Doc ID 2646070.1)

Last updated on MARCH 17, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.2.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

12.2.5

PROBLEM
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Excess Planned Orders in MPS Plan

STEPS
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MPS - ECC constrained without D/S
Resource constraints and warehouse capacity constraints
-- NO supplier or enforce purch LT
-- No decision rules
30 days /48 wks
PTF / lot for lot
demand priority pegging

PLAN RESULTS
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FPO in FTL:L7M ORG A for 56,579 06-MAR - source from FTL:JCX  ORG B
ORG B has FPO on 28-FEB for 56,579 to satisfy demand
Plan generates Planned order demand on sysdate 18-FEB for 56,579

FPO in ORG A for 12,150 03-APR - source from ORG B
ORG B has FPO on 27-MAR for 12,150 to satisfy demand
Plan generates Planned order demand on sysdate 18-FEB for 12,150

So both Planned order demand drive excess planned order for 68-729 on 18-FEB
Checked item setups - no long lead times - or other order modifiers

Also wondered if routing was not rolled up and causing early orders - so had them create a job for 10,000 in MFG org
-- job takes only 1 hour to package the item

Cause

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