ASCP PARAMETERS INCLUDE PAST DUE FORECAST = 0 STILL SHOWS 1 DAY PAST DUE FORECAST - INCLUDED DISCUSSION ON DEMAND TIME FENCE WHICH IS CONSIDERED AS WELL
(Doc ID 984483.1)
Last updated on MARCH 12, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.0.4 and later
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Form:MSCFNSCW.FMB - Planner Workbench
Users are on ASCP Engine/UI CU7 as well as for Data Collections. Initially they had a problem where all past due forecast was being considered in the unconstrained ascp plan. I had them set ASCP organization parameter Include Past Due Forecast = 0 for one organization only and had them rerun the plan. All the past due forecast disappeared as expected except forecast that was one day past due. Example
Users ran the plan on 07-DEC-2009 (Monday and this is the anchor date of the plan). They are on a 5 on 2 off calendar so weekends are non work days. However when they view the plan results for the organization where the parameter was set, it still showed past due forecast on the previous Friday 04-DEC-2009. It does not matter if a weekend is involved or not, the plan always shows past due forecast if it's one working date behind the anchor date of the plan run. In the example there is forecast with date/timestamp = 04-DEC-2009 for item = 010680 Org 110 for qty = -1501
We verified that this occurs when manually running the plan or running as a request set. Expect no past due forecast to be considered when ASCP Organization Parameter Include Past Due Forecast = 0
1. Set ASCP Organization parameter Include Past Due Forecast = 0 - save
2. Run unconstrained ascp plan
3. All past due forecast is not considered in the plan run except one working day prior to the anchor date of the plan run
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