Lead Time is the time between the initiation of a process and its completion. In Supply Chain Management there are 2 types of lead times: Manufacturing Lead Time Information Lead Time We will focus in this post on the manufacturing lead time. Manufacturing lead time is simply the time requi... more
Use this request to extract sourcing rules from R11i or R12 instances. Here are the tables used in this query: MRP_SR_SOURCE_ORG; MRP_SOURCING_RULES; MRP_SR_RECEIPT_ORG; AP_VENDORS_V; po_vendor_sites_all;
When running unconstrained plan, The MRP generates a supply plan based on the supposed infinite availability of materials and resources. When running a constrained plan, material and resources availability is limited, you can choose to enforce capacity constraints or to ... more
The following post will show you how to define constraints parameters for your plans. Simulations based on constrained plans can help you to understand better the stakes of your supply chain. Plan constraints for materials and resources can be defined here: &l... more
This exception is displayed by the planning workbench. It simply means that supply for one project has been allocated to the demand of a different project. To resolve this issue, check the demand. If the demand is correct, you should:
The planning engine issues exception messages to draw your attention to situations that may need you to perform an action. (e.g. check past due sales orders, release work orders or planned orders, etc.) The most frequently used exceptions are listed below and sorted by exception types.
Planning is a key element in supply chain management. The manufacturing plan consists in creating work and material requirements based on product demand. Building an accurate plan is vital to satisfy customers' requirements and reach equilibrium between supply and demand. Accurate plan ... more