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31944827:Add Day Capacity Change Doesn't Open Calendar In ERP (Doc ID 2733676.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 11, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Work in Process - Version 12.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.2.4 version, Work Order Definition

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Capacity changes are not being considered in newly created Discrete jobs

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Capacity changes must be considered in newly created Discrete jobs

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Responsibility = Bills Of Material (BOM)
2. Navigation = Routings-> Departments
3. Org = 18
4. Query Department XXX
5. Open Resources (push the button)
6. Resource = XXX-> press shift
7. Two shifts-> Push Capacity Changes
8. i. Enter record with following criteria

  Change = Add Day
  Capacity = 1 (autofill)
  From Date = 09-12-2020 (Saturday)
  From/To Time = Autofills to shift times

  ii. Create a second record with the following criteria

  Change = Add Day
  Capacity = 1 (autofill)
  From Date = 09-13-2020 (Sunday)
  From/To Time = Autofills to shift times

9. Create a job with the following criteria
  Responsibility = Work In Process (WIP)
  Navigation = Discrete-> Discrete
  Start Date = 09-12-2020 10:00:00 (must be inside shift time added in Step 8)
  Assembly = Item with routing that uses same department/resource as in Step 8
  Quantity = 10 (doesn’t matter)
  Status = Unreleased
  Job = Will auto-populate
  **SAVE

10. Create a second job with the following criteria
  Start Date = 09-13-2020 10:00:00 (must be inside shift time added in Step 8)
  Assembly = Same item
  Quantity = 10 (doesn’t matter)
  Status = Unreleased
  Job = Will auto-populate
  **SAVE
Issue: While the first job stays with the original Start Date the second job’s Start Date is pushed to 09-14-2020 06:00:00 which is the start of the next workweek for that resource


Cause

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