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R12.0 - Latest Patches and Critical Information for VCP - Value Chain Planning (aka APS - Advanced Planning and Scheduling) (Doc ID 421097.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 12, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

 

This document may be updated frequently. Always check OracleMetaLink for the most current version of this Known Issues document <Note 421097.1>, before you begin to install or upgrade your system.

 

This document provides information about known issues with Oracle Advanced Planning and Scheduling in base Release 12, and patches/workarounds for those issues.
The information provided below applies to all Oracle Advanced Planning and Scheduling customers who are installing, or upgrading to, the initial Oracle Applications base Release 12.

Use this document with the following Notes to help you understand R12 and the new features for the APS applications
<Note 412702.1> Getting Started with R12 - Advanced Planning and Scheduling FAQ
<Note 414332.1> Getting Started With R12 - Advanced Planning Support Enhanced RCD

For Customers who are upgrading to 12.0.x, we highly recommend to consider upgrading to 12.1.1 to receive new applications and capabilities in 12.1.1
For 12.1.1 - please reference:
<Note 746824.1> ALERT! - Latest Patches and Installation Requirements for Value Chain Planning (aka APS Advanced Planning & Scheduling) 
<Note 741964.1> R12.1.1 FAQ - Value Chain Planning (Advanced Planning and Scheduling - APS) - Getting Started With R12.1.1 - R12.SCP_PF.B

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