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Resource AvailabilityIs Not Calculated Correctly When There Is Change In Resource Capacity on a Shift Spanning Multiple Days (Doc ID 2763126.1)

Last updated on MARCH 31, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.2.8 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Actual Behavior
Resource availability is not calculated correctly when there is change in resource capacity on a shift spanning multiple days.
For example, there is EAM activity 12-OCT 18:00 To 13-OCT 00:13. and want to reduce the resource capacity accordingly.
'Load Production Equipment Maintenance Downtime' generated Capacity Change entries as below.

Shift:2
Change:Reduce Capacity
Capacity:-1
Date From 12-OCT-2020 To 13-OCT-2020
Time From 18:00:00 To 00:13:00

However, in ASCP, the reduced capacity entries from 18:00 to 00:00 are seen not only on 12-OCT but also on 13-OCT.

Date:12-OCT-20
Shift:2 Start Time 18:00 End Time 00:00 Capacity Units 0 (Capacity Reduced)
Date:13-OCT-20
Shift:2 Start Time 00:00 End Time 00:13 Capacity Units 0 (Capacity Reduced)
Shift:2 Start Time 18:00 End Time 00:00 Capacity Units 0 (Capacity Reduced)


Expected Behavior
Ideally 'Load Production Equipment Maintenance Downtime' should generate
separated entries as below.

Shift:2
Change:Reduce Capacity
Capacity:-1
Date From 12-OCT-2020 To 12-OCT-2020
Time From 18:00:00 To 00:00:00

Shift:2
Change:Reduce Capacity
Capacity:-1
Date From 13-OCT-2020 To 13-OCT-2020
Time From 00:00:00 To 00:13:00

Steps to Reproduce

  1. Run 'Load Production Equipment Maintenance Downtime'
  2. Run Data Collection.

Cause

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