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How To Get Purchase Orders And Wip Discrete Jobs Not To Show Cancel Action In ASCP or MRP Workbench When No Demand Exists For These Supply Items (Doc ID 550762.1)

Last updated on MAY 05, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Materials Requirement Planning - Version 11.5.3 and later
Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 11.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
FORM:MRPSCPWB.FMB - Supply Chain Planner Workbench


If supply Purchase Orders do not have any demand against them, there is a cancel message for the Purchase order in the MRP Planners Workbench - MRPSCPWB. Similar cancel messages appear for supply WIP Discrete Jobs with no actual demand. This is further complicated as WIP Discrete Jobs with components added to them will not be planned for by MRP (ie only the WIP discrete job shows up in the MRP workbench with a cancel message but none of the component requirements are planned by MRP). Also sometimes the WIP Discrete Job or Purchase Order will not show up in the MRP workbench at all even though they are open in their respective modules. Several questions come up on how to resolve this issue:

1. How do we stop the system from recommending a cancel action?
2. How do we get the component requirements for the WIP Discrete Job to be planned by MRP
3. How do we get the missing Purchase Orders and WIP Discrete Jobs to be picked up by MRP and show in the Planners Workbench?


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