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Demand Schedule Forecast Is Aggregated to the Wrong Level (Doc ID 2416492.1)

Last updated on JUNE 27, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Planning Central Cloud Service - Version 11.13.18.02.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Using Planning Central / Supply Plan
When running Supply plan Long term Supply Plan
using the Final Bookings Forecast measure data provided in monthly buckets
from Demand plan Long Term Demand Plan,
find

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
---------------
The Supply Plan's Net Forecast measure reports three months of forecast value
for Item Name MyItem
into the single months of July 2018 and October 2018

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
-----------------
Expect the Supply plan's Net Forecast measure to report the same values provided by
the Demand plan's monthly Final Bookings Forecast measure data.

-- Steps To Reproduce:

Customer states the issue can be reproduced at will at customer site with the following steps:
1. Run a Demand plan named Long Term Demand Plan at the Forecasting Time Level=Month

2. Inspect the plan's Final Bookings Forecast measure data for Item Name MyItem
to confirm the values are in the expect range for every month from June 2018 through June 2019.

3. Run a Supply plan named Long term Supply Plan for
using the Final Bookings Forecast measure data provided in monthly buckets
from Demand plan Long Term Demand Plan.

4. Inspect a Material Plan for Item Name MyItem at the month level
from July 2018 through October 2018.

5. Observe that Net Forecast for June 2018 matches the sum of the monthly values for July, August, and September 2018.
Similarly, Net Forecast for October 2018 matches the sum of the monthly values for October, November, and December 2018.
Also observe that August 2018, September 2018, November 2018, and December 2018 show empty cells.

Cause

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