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ASCP Profiles Not Documented In The Manuals (Doc ID 555016.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 05, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version and later
Oracle Global Order Promising - Version 11.5.10 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
*** Checked for relevance on 02-May-2011 ***


Need to know the significance of the following Profile Options introduced in Advanced Planning
Module (ASCP/GOP), which have been introduced but details are not available in the User Guides:

MSC: Automatically Recalculate Operation Time
MSC: Avoid re-sourcing sales orders
MSC: Buy Order Processing Leadtime
MSC: Collect PS SNO Data
MSC: Custom allocation
MSC: Enable Advanced Constraints
MSC: Enable High Volume Items
MSC: Flush All Items for Simulation
MSC: Horizontal Plan Extension Program
MSC: HP Maximum Displayed Item Count
MSC: Ignore PTF during CTP
MSC: Launch System Sql Loader
MSC: Minimize changes to chronological sequence of
MSC: Minimize Project Cross Peg within Window
MSC: Order Number-CA Mandatory for CVMI
MSC: Perform ATP check for Internal Sales Orders
MSC: PS Consistent Resource Assignment
MSC: PS Enable RMO Scheduling
MSC: Purge Exception Days
MSC:Release only orders pegging fully to on hand
MSC: Retain Time for Non-ATPable Items
MSC: Selection order for Firm Supplies in backward
MSC: SNO Decimal Precision
MSC: SNO Optimization Type
MSC: Use Enhanced Forward ATP
MSO: Cost Roll-up incremental factor
MSC: Maximum Number of Planned Orders per Demand
MSO: Lead Time Control
MRP:Requisition Load Group Option
MSC: Include Manufacturing Calendar in ATP Sales Order Ship Date Calculations
MSC: Purge StgTbl Cntrl changed in R12 to MSC: Purge Staging and Entity Key Translation Tables
MSO: Firm Operations/Orders Within Time Fence
MSO: Firm Purchase Orders Within Time Fence
MSO: Firm Requisitions Within Time Fence

MSC: Consolidate Interplant Demands

MSC: Collections Snapshot Threshold




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