Last updated on NOVEMBER 10, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Process Manufacturing Process Planning - Version 12.0.0 to 12.0.6 [Release 12]
Oracle Process Manufacturing Process Execution - Version 12.0.0 to 12.0.6 [Release 12]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
EXECUTABLE:GMPRELAP - Auto Release of Planning suggestions for APS
FORM:GMECBTCH.FMB - Create Batch
When running Unconstrained Plans with 'GMP:Auto Implement APS Suggestions' set to 'No', so the conversion is to take place via APS New Batches (GMPAPSNW).
You are finding that the ASCP Planned Order Suggested Due Date becomes the Batch Planned Start Date even though the End Date in APS New Batches is seen as the Suggested Due Date and the Sugg Start Date is seen as the Start Date.
The issue is, therefore, between the APS New Batches form and the conversion to the batch, which in the case of unconstrained planning is not passing back the details and so using the GME engine.
The issue is also encountered for constrained plans and also through use of the GMPRELAP concurrent program (Auto Release of Planning suggestions for APS) either manually or with GMP:Auto Implement APS Suggestions set to 'Yes'.
The problem is also seen and is actually defined as the source in the Create Documents (GMECBTCH) form where the user specifies the Planned Completion on the 'Recipes' Tab and the resultant batch has this value as the Planned Start
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Release a Planned Order recommendation from ASCP Planner workbench for an OPM Made item where there is a lead time from the Organization Item, Lead time tab and the Sugg Start Date is in the future.
2. GMP:Auto Implement APS Suggestions is set as No so GMPAPSFD module: Feedback - suggestions from APS to GMP is initiated but GMPRELAP is not. Check the parameter against GMPAPSFD
3. Access the APS New Batches form and query back the parameter from 2 above as the Group Id. Note that all the dates correctly reflect that has been passed from ASCP.
4. Check select check box and convert. No further messages other than that a batch has been created.
5. Check the Batch details and see that the End Date from APS New Batches is the Planned Start Date on the Batch
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