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Questions regarding SPP Fair Share Logic (Doc ID 2716609.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 19, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Service Parts Planning - Version 12.2.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Scenario 1:

3 Organizations : IO1, IO2, IO3
IO1 is Master Organization , IO2 and IO3 are Child Organization.
Master organization is the org where the demand consolidation happens from Fair share perspective, not Item master validation organization.

Sourcing Rule:
IO1 : Buy from Supplier
IO2 and IO3 - Transfer from IO1

IO1: Customer Sales Order: 10 - Due day 5
IO2: Customer Sales order: 10 - Due day 5
IO3: Customer ales order: 10 - Due day 5


IO1: Purchase Order: 18 - Due day 15

Supply allocation rule (SAR): IO1, IO2 and IO3 are of same priority i.e. 1
Fairshare banding is by Demand type.
Fairshare allocation: Current demand ratio.
SAR is assigned to IO1 in the Sourcing assignment

No transit LT between the Inventory Orgs.

Please clarify the below:

1) How is the supply of 18 Qty allocated from demands from IO1, IO2 and IO3. Is it equally allocated to demands from three orgs i.e. IO1 SO: 6, IO2 ISO:6 and IO3 ISO:6, please confirm.
2) Will Oracle SPP will consider 'Customer Sales order at IO1' and 'Customer sales order at IO2 & IO3' with the same priority from fair sharing perspective? please brief how fair share allocation happens in this case.
3) Will Oracle SPP will give high priority for 'Customer Sales order at IO1'? i.e. 10 qty will get allocated to IO1 Customer sales order, balance 8 quantity of PO will be fair shared between the ISO in IO2 & IO3 with the ratio of 4:4?
4) Will there be any difference in behaviour of fair sharing for different supply types, i.e, On Hand, PO etc.

Scenario 2:

All the above conditions still apply. However we now have the supplies in the following manner:

IO1: Purchase Order Line1: Qty 10, Need by date = day 15
IO1: Purchase Order Line2: Qty 10, Need by date = day 16
IO1: Purchase Order Line3: Qty 10, Need by date = day 17

5) How are the supplies allocated to the demands originating in the three IOs.



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