Preventive Maintenance (PM) Schedule Dates Incorrectly Calculated When There Are Multiple Activities

(Doc ID 1984026.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 27, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Enterprise Asset Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



Enterprise Asset Management PM Schedule dates are incorrectly calculated when a schedule has more than one activity.  Only one of the activities correctly has correctly calculated schedule dates.  The other activities have incorrectly calculated schedules.


All activities in the PM Schedule should have correctly calculated schedule dates.


The issue can be reproduced as shown in the example below:
1. EAM: Schedule: Schedule Definition: Query schedule Schedule-X, asset = Asset-1, Actual End Date = 15-OCT-2014
2. The schedule has two asset activities, Activity-1 and Activity-2
3. EAM: Work Order Planning: Maintenance Workbench: Forecast Schedule using Maintenance Work Bench

    Activity-1 has dates schedule 11-14-2014, 12-14-2014, 1-13-2015.............. Last Service Date = 15-OCT-2015  

    Activity-2 has date 1-13-2015....... Last Service Date = 20-Aug-2014.  Based on the Service Interval and last service date, Activity-2 should have had WO setup for 20-Nov-2014


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