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Supply Chain Collaboration: Collaboration Order Forecasts Common Issues and FAQ (Doc ID 2774196.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 28, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Supply Chain Collaboration Cloud Service - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document provides information about Collaboration Order Forecasts Common Issues and Frequently asked questions (FAQ) .


The functionality described in this document is applicable to Fusion Supply Chain Collaboration.


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In this Document
 Frequently Asked Questions
 How To Provide Commit in Daily Buckets for a Forecast in Weekly Bucket in Manage Order Forecasts and Commits Page?
 How To Get Bucket Wise Order Forecast and Commit Quantity With the Supplier Information From SQL?
 How To Upload Data for Past Forecast Buckets While Loading External Forecasts in Supply Chain Collaboration? Limitation Is That the Collaboration Would Happen for the Current Week Only. The Past Week Data Loaded Will Be Used in OTBI
 How To Differentiate Between Current Cycle Forecast and Previous Cycle Forecast From Backend Table -VCS_COLLAB_ENT?
 How To Download Summary Level Forecast From the “Manage Order Forecasts and Commits” Page?
 Common Issues & Errors
 No Data Has Been Populated in OTBI. Unable To Publish Data Into Seeded OTBI Report Under Supply Chain Collaboration.
 GET ALL REST API Is Not Fetching All Records at a Time
 No Result Is Showing in Commit Record Details Report
 Previous Forecast in Supply Collaboration Is Showing Older Forecasts. The issue is seen in Manage Order Forecasts and Commits Screen.
 Collaboration Order Forecasts Are Showing Even Though Collaboration Is Removed From Source
 SCC Order Forecast Details UI Screen Is Not Showing Cumulative Forecast and Cumulative Commit Table

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