Oracle® Advanced Supply Chain Planning

Implementation and User's Guide Supplement
Release 12.1
Part No. E26758-01

December 2011

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning Implementation and User's Guide Supplement, Release 12.1
Part No. E26758-01
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Enterprise Edition (OBI-EE). average discount.Oracle Daily Business Intelligence Online Help This guide is provided as online help only from the BIS application and includes information about intelligence reports. By detailing integrated product structures and processes. Discoverer workbooks. Depending on the requirements of your particular installation. change in lines shipped late. value shipped. and Inventory Optimization. shipping (lines shipped. lines shipped late. It provides a unified user interface and a single repository for all data.     ix . annualized inventory turns. inventory value). Supply chain professionals use Oracle Supply Chain Intelligence to monitor supply chain performance in the areas of manufacturing and distribution operations (product gross margin. value shipped. improve quality and lower cost for the most sophisticated manufacturing environments. such as Demand Management. and order management (product bookings. this guide enables you to manage product details within and across multiple manufacturing sites. Strategic Network Optimization. Distribution Requirements Planning. and configuration management. Related Guides You should have the following related books on hand. Advanced Supply Chain Planning. It unifies all the Advanced Planning applications. Oracle Bills of Material User's Guide This guide describes how to create various bills of materials to maximize efficiency. average line value. current past due value). flexible product and process definition. book to fulfill ratio. change in value shipped). lines shipped late. Real-Time Sales and Operations Planning. Integrating Oracle Transportation Management with Oracle E-Business Suite This guide describes how to integrate Oracle Transportation Management with the Oracle e-Business Suite Oracle Advanced Planning Command Center User's Guide This guide describes Oracle Advanced Planning Command Center. It describes a reporting framework that senior managers and executives can use to see a daily summary of their businesses. return rate). you may also need additional manuals or guides. and the Performance Management Framework. Its flexibility allows users to access data from external supply chain planning applications and make it available for reporting and analysis within a unified user interface based on Oracle Business Intelligence . book-to-ship days. fulfillment (lines shipped. current backlog. change in lines shipped.

x . Oracle Demand Signal Repository User's Guide Oracle Demand Signal Repository is used by manufacturers to collect detailed retailer point-of-sale and other demand data. and creating a UI. including an appendix of information about Oracle Configurator runtime user interface behavior. store orders and receipts. It describes how to build a configuration model by adding Model structure.Oracle Business Intelligence System Implementation Guide This guide provides information about implementing Oracle Business Intelligence (BIS) in your environment. distribution center withdrawals. on-hand inventory. Typical retail data sources include daily point-of-sale. Oracle Collaborative Planning Implementation and User's Guide This guide describes the information that you need to understand and use Oracle Collaborative Planning to communicate. Oracle Complex Maintenance. Oracle Configurator Developer User Guide This guide contains product documentation for the Oracle Configurator Developer user. and sales forecasts. Repair. Oracle Cost Management User's Guide This guide describes the information you need to understand and use Oracle Cost Management. store promotions. and optimize supply and demand information for trading partners across the supply chain. an Internet-based solution for creating and managing forecasts. and to analyze the data to identify issues and opportunities. and Overhaul User's Guide This guide describes the information you need to understand and use Oracle Complex Maintenance. defining rules. Oracle Demand Planning User's Guide This guide describes how to use Oracle Demand Planning. Oracle Configurator Modeling Guide This guide contains important suggestions and best practices for designing a Model for optimal performance in a runtime Oracle Configurator. Repair. and Overhaul. returns. plan.

It describes design features of demand management. Oracle Inventory Optimization User's Guide This guide describes the comprehensive Internet-based inventory planning solution that enables you to determine when and where to hold your inventories across the supply chain to achieve the desired customer service levels. Oracle Demantra Sales and Operations Planning User's Guide This guide describes the information you need to understand and use Oracle Demantra Sales and Operations Planning. Oracle Flow Manufacturing User's Guide This guide describes how to use Oracle's Flow Manufacturing functionality to support the processes of flow manufacturing. Oracle Demantra Implementation Guide This guide describes the information you need to implement Oracle Demantra products. and Kanban planning. Oracle Enterprise Asset Management User's Guide This guide describes the information you need to understand and use Oracle Enterprise Asset Management to plan. accurate. It also describes production features of line scheduling. fast. schedule.     xi . Oracle Demantra User's Guide This guide describes the foundation information you need to understand and use Oracle Demantra products. and running Kanban. production. line design and balancing. and flexible order promising. and track the costs of asset maintenance. Oracle Global Order Promising Implementation and User's Guide This guide describes how to use Oracle Global Order Promising for sophisticated.Oracle Demantra Demand Management User's Guide This guide describes the information you need to understand and use Oracle Demantra Demand Management.

Oracle iSupplier Portal User's Guide This guide describes the information you need to understand and use Oracle iSupplier Portal. Oracle Process Manufacturing Implementation Guide This guide describes the information you need to understand and use Oracle Process Manufacturing. Oracle Order Management Suite APIs and Open Interfaces Manual This manual contains up-to-date information about integrating with other Oracle Manufacturing applications and with your other systems. Oracle Manufacturing Operations Center Implementation Guide Oracle Manufacturing Operations Center enables planners to monitor and improve plant performance by analyzing plant floor data. perform receiving and inventory transactions. plan items.Oracle Inventory User's Guide This guide describes how to define items and item information. xii . It uses manufacturing operations data to generate reports and monitor production performance in real time. This documentation includes Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and open interfaces found in the Oracle Order Management Suite. This documentation includes APIs and open interfaces found in Oracle Manufacturing. perform cycle counting and physical inventories. Oracle Manufacturing APIs and Open Interfaces Manual This manual contains up-to-date information about integrating with other Oracle Manufacturing applications and with your other systems. and set up Oracle Inventory. maintain cost control. Oracle Process Manufacturing Planning User's Guide This guide describes the information you need to understand and use to integrate Oracle Process Manufacturing with the Oracle Advanced Planning suite. Oracle Order Management User's Guide This guide describes the necessary information that you need to use and comprehend Oracle Order Management.

Oracle Projects Fundamentals This guide describes the foundation information you need to understand and use Oracle Projects. Oracle Service Parts Planning Implementation and User Guide Oracle Service Parts Planning is used by repair service operations to ensure that the right parts are available at the right locations and at the right times. Oracle Project Manufacturing provides a comprehensive set of new features to support project sales management. in usable condition.Oracle Production Scheduling Implementation Guide This guide describes how to use Production Scheduling to create detailed finite capacity and materially constrained optimized production schedules to drive shop floor operations and material planning. project manufacturing performance. However. Oracle Project Manufacturing User's Guide This guide describes the unique set of features that Oracle Project Manufacturing provides for a project-based manufacturing environment. It allows planners to forecast and manage the distribution of individual parts in the most efficient manner possible. and project quality management. Oracle Shipping Execution User's Guide This guide describes the information you need to understand and use Oracle Shipping Execution. Oracle Project Manufacturing can be tightly integrated with Oracle Projects. in addition to Oracle Projects functionality.     xiii . Oracle Purchasing User's Guide This guide describes the information that you need to understand and use Oracle Purchasing. project manufacturing costing. Oracle Project Manufacturing Implementation Manual This manual describes the setup steps and implementation for Oracle Project Manufacturing. project manufacturing planning.

Specifically. Oracle E-Business Suite also keeps track of who changes information. If you enter information into database tables using database tools. But when you modify Oracle E-Business Suite data using anything other than Oracle E-Business Suite. database triggers. Oracle Data Browser. this guide describes how discrete. Do Not Use Database Tools to Modify Oracle E-Business Suite Data Oracle STRONGLY RECOMMENDS that you never use SQL*Plus. When you use Oracle E-Business Suite to modify your data. and maintain information in an Oracle database. or any other tool to modify Oracle E-Business Suite data unless otherwise instructed. you risk retrieving erroneous information and you risk unpredictable results throughout Oracle E-Business Suite. retrieve. flow. you may change a row in one table without making corresponding changes in related tables. If your tables get out of synchronization with each other. you risk destroying the integrity of your data and you lose the ability to audit changes to your data. It also describes how to define and customize business events and event subscriptions. Because Oracle E-Business Suite tables are interrelated. from obtaining raw materials through delivering end products. assemble-to-order. xiv . and mixed manufacturing environments are supported. repetitive. Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide This guide explains how to define new workflow business processes and customize existing Oracle E-Business Suite-embedded workflow processes. store. You also lose the ability to track who has changed your information because SQL*Plus and other database tools do not keep a record of changes. project. you may store invalid information. change. any change you make using an Oracle E-Business Suite form can update many tables at once. Oracle E-Business Suite automatically checks that your changes are valid. Oracle provides powerful tools you can use to create.Oracle Strategic Network Optimization Implementation Guide This guide describes how to use Strategic Network Optimization to model and optimize your supply chain network. But if you use Oracle tools such as SQL*Plus to modify Oracle E-Business Suite data. Oracle Work in Process User's Guide This guide describes how Oracle Work in Process provides a complete production management system.

resource. Maintenance activities. remove. Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning: • Collects the Oracle Enterprise Asset Management maintenance work orders Asset Intensive Planning    1-1 . and cleaning. for example. overhaul. meter readings. repair. for example. The activities have an activity structure —the material requirements (maintenance bill of material) and operations and resource requirements (activity routing) that you need to perform the maintenance. usage. inspection. discard. The maintenance work orders forecast the material. Process Overview Rebuildable items (rebuildables) are assets that you install. Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning considers the preventative maintenance activities managed in Oracle Enterprise Asset Management and generates the supply chain plan for both rebuildable and consumable items. overhaul. and reinstall. are the templates of work orders. The Oracle Enterprise Asset Management Maintenance Scheduler considers factors to the maintenance effort that Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning does not consider. lubrication. and computer boards.1 Asset Intensive Planning Integration with Oracle Enterprise Asset Management The purpose of this functionality is to plan asset intensive maintenance. The preventative maintenance scheduler uses asset and rebuildable utilization meters and associated activities to forecast maintenance work orders (budget forecast template). engines. Other components that you remove. You associate activities with assets. Oracle Quality and Oracle Service create work orders as well. You can also create routine work orders and easy work orders manually. control boxes. servicing. and replace are consumables. and budgetary requirements to maintain the assets for the budget horizon. and calendar days. for example.

the work order item becomes the related inventory item of: • For assets. The process collects into order types: • Maintenance Work Order • Maintenance Work Order Demand The work orders item in Oracle Enterprise Asset Management is the activity item. In Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning. The activity structure from Oracle Enterprise Asset Management becomes the Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning repair structure. • The collections process collects items from Oracle Enterprise Asset Management with asset-activity type. Rebuildable items have: • Item attribute Inventory Item selected • User Item Type of Asset Activity The activity is the type of maintenance activity you are performing. Oracle recommends the values be the same in both places. and you specify the activities associated with an asset in item attribute Rebuild Activity. • They pass to Oracle Production Scheduling for execution.• Plans repair work orders for rebuildable items and purchase requisitions for consumable items When you release repair work orders: • The material and labor associated with the activity becomes part of the work orders. • The planning process plans the asset items. Asset Group • For rebuildables. Rebuildable Item 1-2    Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning Implementation and User's Guide Supplement . You define values for activities on the source in Oracle Enterprise Asset Management and in the destination in Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning. Collect Oracle Enterprise Asset Management Production Work Orders The process uses net change collections. Collect Oracle Enterprise Asset Management Rebuildable Activity Structures Assets have Asset Type of Rebuildable Inventory.

rebuildable work orders make supply. You can control this collection with these parameters • EAM Forecast: To collect them. select Yes • Start Date • End Date Asset Intensive Planning    1-3 . • Produces to Stock: Asset work orders do not make supply. resource and budget requirements. The process collects them in to the same order types and collects the same work order attributes as the Oracle Enterprise Asset Management production work orders.The process collects work order with these statuses: • Unreleased • Released • On Hold • Pending Scheduling • Draft The process collects these Oracle Enterprise Asset Management work order attributes: • Rebuild or Asset Activity: The maintenance activity being executed. • Class Code: The expense accounts for the work. From these come projected material. • Maintenance Plan: The forecast name of the budget forecast that this work order belongs to • Activity Type: The type of maintenance activity performed • Priority • Project: Project and task Collect Oracle Enterprise Asset Management Forecasted Work Orders Oracle Enterprise Asset Management forecasted work orders occur: • In forecast sets • When the maintenance planner assigns preventative maintenance schedules to assets/activities and rebuildables/activities.

Make Resource Unavailable The collections process determines shut down times of the production resources that correspond to the assets. the process ignores work order Shutdown Type and makes each resource available or unavailable according to operation Shutdown Type for the time of its operation The shutdown duration is from Scheduled Start Date to Scheduled Completion Date. the process creates dummy maintenance work orders: • Their work order numbers end with –R • They are firm • They have no components 1-4    Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning Implementation and User's Guide Supplement . You identify an equipment item by: • In Oracle Enterprise Asset Management. To load the production resource corresponding to the asset that you are maintaining. You do not identify it by Equipment Item nor Serial Number • In Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning. the resource unavailability starts on Actual Start Date. the resource is not available • Not required. You can link an asset to an equipment item. Resource Code Shutdown Type The process knows if it needs to make a resource unavailable to the production scheduling engine by looking at attribute Shutdown Type. If the work order has started.Oracle recommends that you collect forecasted orders at least up to the Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning planning horizon.. the resource is available You can enter Shutdown Type against work orders and operations: • If you enter Required for a work order. If it is: • Required. the process ignores operation Shutdown Type and makes all resources available or unavailable for the time of the work order • If you enter Not Required for a work order. Asset Number. Asset and Production Resource Link Equipment items are resources.

set destination-only item attribute Repair Module to either EAM or CMRO. • Set the subinventory Default Status Locator • Mark Condition Type in Oracle Service Parts Planning as Defective Use one of these as subinventory Default Status Locator • Unserviceable • Unserviceable: Not Available for Netting. The removal forecast is grouped by item. Since you need to remove defective parts. To instruct Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning to derive the removal forecast. one for battery change and one for daily maintenance Specify Subinventory Part Condition To store rebuildables: • Use a nettable subinventory with a name that identifies defective material. set plan option Derive Returns Forecast from Work Order to Yes. for example.• They can span the time of more than one Oracle Enterprise Asset Management work orders. To mark a component as repairable. and date. the component requirements are also the removal forecast. The value specifies which module manages the item's maintenance. Any of their components that are repairable might be defective. ATP and Reservations • MRB Review • QC Hold • Quarantine Derive Removals from Work Orders Oracle Enterprise Asset Management has maintenance work orders and Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning creates planned repair work orders for rebuildable items. organization. Inter-org Transfers of Removals Asset Intensive Planning    1-5 . It includes scrap and yield rates. Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning explodes the maintenance bill of material to get the components of the maintenance work orders. see Generating Planned Repair Orders.

You make this rule at the destination organization. and Overhaul simulation sets In Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning. To repair them somewhere else. Repair.For Transfer to sourcing rules. In the assignment set. select them in plan option Maintenance Work Orders. to select the work orders for the planning process to use. Repair orders have demands for usable and defective components. This routes the defective part to a different repair location than the usable parts. assign the rule to either: • Instance-org • Item-instance-org The item comes from the repair as useable. Plan The planning process uses items in: • Usable subinventories as sources for good items • Defective subinventories as sources of defective items to repair into usable items Make at orders have demands for usable components. Model Repair Operations The Repair at sourcing rule is to repair defective items at that organization. use Transfer to sourcing rule at the source organization. These rules mean the condition of the removal after you complete the operation. Specify the condition that the sourcing rule applies to in assignment set Condition. make a sourcing rule for defective parts and a different one for usable parts. set Condition to Usable. Plan Types 1-6    Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning Implementation and User's Guide Supplement . Forecast Preventative Maintenance Plans Each Oracle Enterprise Asset Management work order has attribute Maintenance Plan with values: • Production for the production work orders • <forecast name> for the budget forecast work orders • <simulation set name> for Oracle Complex Maintenance.

They generate supply if Activity Type is Rebuild. • Defective On-Hand: The on-hand of available material in defective subinventories. • Returns Forecast: The planning process computes these if you instruct it to in the plan options. Set profile option MSC: Enable Advanced Constrain to Yes. • Projected Available Balance (Defective): The defective parts available at the end of each period. select constrain mode Constrained (Without Detailed Scheduling).Demands within the period + Returns within the period. They generate supply. It nets against Defective Part Demand. Component demand for usable components • Defective Part Demand: A component requirement for a defective of the item on the repair work order. Generate Planned Repair Orders Repair orders are similar to make orders except: • Their sourcing is Repair at • The defective item is a component Asset Intensive Planning    1-7 . Order Types The planning process uses these order types for repair orders: • Planned Repair Work Orders: Repair recommendations generated by Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning.. Defective parts available at the start of the period . You cannot use batch plan or online replan planning modes. Otherwise. • Defectives In-Transit: Defective parts that have been shipped but not received. It nets against Defective Part Demand. feed it to the plan as a supply schedule. • Maintenance Work Order Demand: The work order demand collected from Oracle Enterprise Asset Management for maintenance work orders. It nets against Defective Part Demand. • Maintenance Work Orders: The work orders collected from Oracle Enterprise Asset Management for maintenance work orders. In Plan Option > Constraints tab.You can plan repair orders only in constrained plans The repair may be constrained by part availability and repair capacity.

If you transfer your defective parts to other organizations for repair. 1-8    Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning Implementation and User's Guide Supplement . they use the make component scrap and yield item attributes. enter the rate in item attribute Repair Yield or in a simulation set. Project Manufacturing Integration The planning process links the maintenance work order to a project and task. the planning process plans the transfers. Buy orders that the process associatse with the work order have the same project and task reference. the planning process creates it when it sees a Repair at sourcing rule. If you mark an asset as an outsourced assembly and a buy item. Repair / Purchase Decision You can assign sourcing rules to model your repair/purchase business model. The process calculates the lead time from the routing. You can enter lead time in a simulation set as well. Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning creates a planned purchase requisition. If there is no repair structure. Repair Scrap and Yield If you scrap some of the repairable components before putting them into subinventory. it uses the value in item attribute Repair Lead Time. These do not apply to the consumable components. It plans resources by their offset percents. The process plans for substitute components and alternate bills of material and routings. If you ruin some of the repairable components during the repair process. If there is no routing. For example: • Give Repair at a higher sourcing priority than Buy from • If the plan cannot meet demands on time by repair. the planning process creates a repair work order without it. It loads the defective component to the first operation. enter the rate in destination-only item-org attribute Scrap Rate. the planning engine plans a buy order against your manufacturing partner. The quantity of the repairable component is [Work order quantity * (1 – Scrap Rate) * Repair Yield]. Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning plans the due date of components according to their offset percents..• The usable item is the assembly The repair structure dos not have the defective component in it.

A repair work order for a rebuildable item pegs: • Up to a repair work order for the asset • Down to demands (material requirements) for its defective state as well as its consumables. There are fields unique to repair orders. On Hand In these context windows. and see demand and supply pegging. Supply/Demand. Supply. the repair order types display similarly to the make order types. Use Planner Workbench In Planner Workbench. to a demand and planned work order against the repairable component • Down to demands (material requirements) for the repairable component's defective state as well as its consumables In Properties you can see Class Code and Asset Group Horizontal Plan You can see these order types: • Planned Repair Work Orders • Maintenance Work Orders Asset Intensive Planning    1-9 . rather than the accounts associated with the asset or organization. • If one of its components is repairable as well. look upstream and downstream. Demand.The project cost collector process passes these costs to the work order's project work in process accounts. you can see these attributes and filter on them: • Part Condition • Produce to Stock • Rebuild or Asset Activity • Class Code • Maintenance Plan • Activity Type Pegging You can see planned repair work orders.

• Defective Part Demand • Returns Forecast • Defective On-Hand • Defectives In-Transit • Projected Available Balance (Defective) You can select them in the preferences as well. Exception Details You can see Part Condition. Non-Rebuild Activity Types 1-10    Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning Implementation and User's Guide Supplement . Horizontal Resource Plan You can see resources used in these order types: • Planned Repair Work Orders • Maintenance Work Orders You can select them in the preferences as well. The planning engine treats these orders as firm and does not reschedule them due to resource overload or late demand replenishment. Vertical Plan You can see these order types: • Planned Repair Work Orders • Maintenance Work Orders • Defective Part Demand • Returns Forecast • Defective On-Hand • Defectives In-Transit • Projected Available Balance (Defective) Process Exception Messages You see the Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning exception messages against repair orders and some exception messages unique to repair orders as well.

The information displayed for this exception message is: • Organization • End Item • Quantity • Work Order Number • Priority • Due Date: For the supply order • Demand Date • Days Late: Due date . The demand satisfied date is the latest due date of the supplies pegged directly to the demand.Since these repair orders have neither repair structure nor nettable supply.Demand date Maintenance work order resource overload Exception Message The planning process issues this exception message when both of these occur in a planning time bucket: • The required capacity is more than the available capacity • The load ratio is more than the exception set over-utilization. Repair Work Order Exception Messages Exception messages unique to repair orders are: • Late replenishment to maintenance work order demand • Maintenance work order resource overload Late replenishment to maintenance work order demand Exception Message The planning process issues this exception message in a constrained plan when the supplies for a maintenance work order demand (Demand Satisfied Date) are due later than the maintenance work order demand date (Schedule Date). Load ration is (Required capacity / Available capacity) * 100. you see exception messages only for Material and Resource Capacity Exception Group. The information displayed for this exception message is: • Work Order Number • Resource Asset Intensive Planning    1-11 .

Available capacity Release Planned Repair Orders When you release Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning planned repair work orders for items with item attribute Repair Module set to EAM: • They become unreleased maintenance orders in Oracle Enterprise Asset Management against the organization where you create maintenance work orders • The maintenance planner assigns a rebuildable item instance to them and releases them. set up the Oracle Production Scheduling plan options. • End Constraint Date: The start date of the last planning time bucket in which the resource is overloaded.• Organization • Dept/Line • Start Constraint Date: The start date of the planning time bucket in which the resource is overloaded. Buy orders that you create and associate with a work order have the same project and task reference as the work order. the process raises a purchase requisition against your manufacturing partner. Transfer to orders create an internal sales order / internal requisition pair. if you specified an item simulation set in the plan options. If you mark an asset as an outsourced assembly and a buy item. 1-12    Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning Implementation and User's Guide Supplement . You can update these attributes as well: • Rebuild Activity • Repair Module. Attend to these plan options related to Oracle Enterprise Asset Management maintenance work orders. the planning engine uses the same exception message • Overload: Required capacity . not the end date of the activity. The planner can specify substitute components and alternate bills of material and routings. While the overload remains the same. not the start date of the activity. Set Up Production Scheduling Plan Options If you schedule the Oracle Enterprise Asset Management maintenance work orders. You release them in Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning the same way that you release Make at work orders.

Asset Intensive Planning    1-13 . • Include Past Due Supplies: Enter the same value as Include Past Due EAM Work Orders. • Include Past Due EAM Work Orders: The number of days to import past due work orders. In the Schedule Parameters tab.These are in the Scope tab: • Consider EAM Schedule: Select to import Oracle Enterprise Asset Management work orders. select Enable Supply Tolerance Offset. Not applicable to Oracle Process Manufacturing and Oracle Shop Floor Management.