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Item Supply/demand For WIP Job Reservations Reduces Inventory 2x - Subtracts Quantity For Both Work Order And Reserved User Source (Doc ID 2816137.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 25, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Materials Requirement Planning - Version 12.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

12.2.4+

PROBLEM
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After implementing new WIP reservation functionality available via Patch 31947255:R12.WIP.C - INVDVDSD supply demand form shows wrong quantities when WIP reservation is setup in WIP Parameters -- on the Material tab

STEPS
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Testcase to match customer screen shots - Download XLS for detailed screen shots and navigation
1. 100 on hand for item DGCP01 which is used in assembly DGFG01
2. Setup /WIP /Setup / Parameters - Material tab - Automatic Reservation - Job Release (New functionality released in 12.2 )
3. Create job for qty = 2
4. Item supply demand shows WIP job and 100 available - 2 for Work Order = 98
5. Release job - this triggers the reservation functionality
6. Now Available shows 98 and 2 lines showing -2 for Work Order and -2 for Reserved User Source  and total remaining shows 96 -- BUT it should still be 98
7. Reservation and On Hand form show correct totals

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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No extra decrement of quantity when reservation is created - Line showing job quantity should switch from Work Order to Reserved user source

Cause

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