Capacity Usage Overwrites the Limit Value when Setting up Multiple Capacities (Doc ID 2008826.1)

Last updated on MAY 11, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle Transportation Operational Planning - Version 6.3.2 to 6.4.1 [Release 6.3 to 6.4]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Setting up Capacity Limits for Multiple Capacities at a time using the New Button Overwrites the capacity usage limit

For Example
A. Navigated to Operational Planning>Capacity Management>Capacity Limits  
B. Click on Search
C. Click on the New Button
D. When the screen returns Enter the values for - Capacity Limit ID - Capacity Group ID - Equipment Type ID - Lane ID  - Effective Date  
 - Select the Radio Button for Daily Capacity Tool -- For Monday to Friday enter the value of 4 in each box and for 2 Weeks

Prior to Clicking Finished, Proceed to Click the New Button to create another Capacity Limit which will display Record 2 of 2
Then:
A. Click  on the New Button
B. When the screen returns Enter the values for - Capacity Limit ID - Capacity Group ID  - Equipment Type ID - Lane ID  - Effective Date  
 - Select the Radio Button for Daily Capacity Tool -- For Monday to Friday enter the value of 3 in each box and for 2 Weeks

Click Finished and get the Results stating Success for Both newly created records

Then:
A. Navigate Operational Planning>Capacity Management>Capacity Usage -- This will return up the Capacity Usage Finder
B. Enter the Capacity Limit ID for the first created record and Click Search,
C. When the Capacity Usage screen returned it will display the first record created  with the Limit of 3 (not 4 as entered and saved)
D. What will also be Returned in the Capacity Usage screen, is the Capacity Limit ID for the second record you created with a Limit of 3 as entered and saved

Basically creating the second capacity Limit Overwrites the Limit if the process is completed as stated above

Note: If you click Finished after creating the First Capacity Limit then Proceed to create the second capacity Limit the Issue does not exist

Cause

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