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BOMCCLT: Cumulative Manufacturing Lead Time And Total Lead Time Not Calculated For Item If the Values are NULL Prior to Running Rollup Cumulative Lead Times GUI Program (Doc ID 2188649.1)

Last updated on JULY 24, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Bills of Material - Version 12.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On :  12.2.4 version, FLOW

Cumulative mfg time and total lead time not calculated or rolled up for items with flow routings.

Rollup Cumulative Lead Times GUI Program should update Cumulative Manufacturing and Cumulative Total Lead time on the organization item

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1.  Responsibility = Inventory
2.  Navigation = Items-> Organization Items, Org = XYZ, item = 028193500
3.  Lead time lot size = 1
4.  Define a Flow Routing > Responsibility = Flow Manufacturing >  Navigation = Product Sync- > Flow Routings >   Within Flow Routing form Click on Tools -> Calculate Operation Times
5.  Org/Item = SB19870.  Note 'Operation Times calculation is complete'
6.  Within Flow Routing form Click on Tools > Calculate Total Product Cycle Time, Parameters = Line Operation,  Note: 'Total Product Cycle Time calculation is complete'
7. Define a BOM  Navigation > Bills > Bills
8. Navigate to Product Sync > Calculate Flow Routings  (this is Batch Calculation of Yield and Times for Flow Routings) > Item Selection = Range SB19870 - SB19870(single item), Operation Type = Line Operation
9. View results of calculation in Organization Items  Navigation > Products and Parts > Click on Lead Time tab, look at Fixed value. (fixed Value = .000127)
10. Go to Bills and find assembly
11. Go to Tools > Rollup Lead times   
12  View Cumulative Manufacturing and Cumulative Total on the organization item (INV: Items-> Organization Item). not populated


 Regression from earlier bugs caused NVL clause to be missing, so, the values were not updated first time.


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