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MSCFNSCW - ASCP Workbench Uses A Changed Internal Sales Order Due Date As The Due Date Of The Internal Requisition (Doc ID 800025.1)

Last updated on JUNE 17, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 11.5.10 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
FORM:MSCFNSCW.FMB - Planner Workbench


ASCP unconstrained plan is being used with Transfer From sourcing rules between organizations to create Internal Requisitions (IR) which will generate Internal Sales Orders (ISO) in a single ASCP plan. The IR is generated by releasing a planned order for supply from the ASCP Planners Workbench - MSCFNSCW.  The ISO is created in the shipping organizations from the IR.  At this time, the request date and schedule ship date on the ISO is the same as the corresponding IR need by date. The Plan output also shows the IR as Firm since profile option MRP: Firm Internal requisition transferred to OE = Yes.

Then users changed the schedule ship date to a future date on the ISO order by overriding ATP on the order line. After running the data collection and ASCP plan, it is observed that all the dates in plan output for the IR are reflecting new date (as per ISO's rescheduled date).  Also the horizontal plan for this item is bucketing IR supply at suggested date.

Expected result is that since the IR is Firm, and the date of an IR cannot be changed in the purchasing module once it's been created, the ASCP plan would show the original date of the IR and not the new date based on the ISO date change.

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create IR from ASCP output
2. Create ISO
3. Rerun collections and the plan and note that both IR and ISO show same due date as expected.
4. Reschedule ISO to future date (Note that the IR date cannot be changed in Purchasing once the IR is created so the IR shows the same original due date as when it was created in step 1).
5. Run data collections and ASCP Plan
6. Analyze the output of plan - The ASCP workbench shows the IR with the same due date as the ISO when step 4 was performed


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