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Batch Created from ASCP/APS Has Incorrect Step Dates (Doc ID 2794185.1)

Last updated on JULY 23, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Process Manufacturing Process Planning - Version 12.2.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 12.2.5 version, APS Feedback

After releasing a couple of planned orders from Advanced Supply Chain Planning (ASCP), also known as Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS) both using the same routing, the batch step dates were incorrect. The first step has a planned start date later than the batch planned start date, and the second step's planned start date is earlier than the first step's planned start, and the second step matches the batch planned start date. This cannot be reproduced at will, however.

Based on the Step Dependency setup, there is nothing that would cause the first step to be delayed, and the second step should start later than the first step.

Expect the planned start date of the first step to match the planned start date of the batch, and to be earlier than the planned start date of the second step.

The issue cannot be reproduced at will. It was seen after releasing a planned order from ASCP.
1. Release planned order from ASCP (OPM Supply Chain Planner > Production Updates > APS New Batch, or View > Requests > Auto Release of Planning suggestions for APS).
2. Look at the dates on the batch header and steps (Production Supervisor > Batch Details > Steps).




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