User Defined Safety Stock Has Priority Over Sales Order Demand In Constrained Plan
(Doc ID 556918.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 184.108.40.206 and later
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User Defined Safety Stock is pegged to onhand and then sales orders are late.
Example cited by customer
Example Item 1423TKA-TKA1409BU Org PFG
non-transient Safety Stock of 288000
Sales Order with SSD of 25-Jan (actually past due)
Discrete Jobs with due dates of 4-Feb
Existing discrete jobs are pegging to Safety Stock, and thus past due Sales Order has a Material
Available Date of 16-Feb, when it could be satisfied on 4-Feb.
How do we get Safety Stock to have lower priority than the Sales Order demand, which should have highest priority?
MSO: Demand Window Size and MSO: Supply Window Size changed from 1 to 7, this does NOT help the results.
Need the fix from 11.5.9 which makes the safety stock transient so that pegging can lower the priority for this demand and use supply for sales orders first.
setup user defined safety stock and run the plan with sales order demand and existing supplies
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