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On-hand Pegged To Lower-priority Orders Instead To High-priority (Doc ID 2729102.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 30, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.2.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


We have cases where priority pegging is not followed by the system - although demands are in the same demand window, the lower-priority demands are pegged to on-hand, and high-priority demands are pegged to purchase requisitions.

ECC Classic
Only Supplier capacity constraints / Enforce Purchasing LT checked
PTF / DTF checked
Overwrite - None
spread forecast
Demand priority pegging with reservation and pegging - Project-Task
- use common supplies checked
365 days horizon
No decision rules

Priority rule
1 - sales orders/forecast/MDS
2 - request date

MSC: Include Safety Stocks in Priority Based Pegging Yes
MSC: Make Safety Stock Transient Yes
MSC: Minimize Project Cross Peg within Window Yes
MSC: Use Enhanced Project Netting Yes
MSO: Additional Demand Slices for Shared Supply Rescheduling -1
MSO: Avoid non working days for Buy/Transfer order dates Yes
MSO: Demand Window Size 28
MSO: Supply Window Size 500
MSO: Firm Requisitions Within Time Fence No
MSO: Lead Time Control Do not violate minimum processing times

should follow demand priority for sales orders when pegging on hand


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