Oracle Global ATP Server offers multi-level supply chain Available to Promise
(ATP), Capable to Promise (CTP) and Capable to Deliver (CTD).
Oracle Global ATP Server now offers multi-level bills of material and resource checks
Oracle Global ATP Server offers ATP, CTP, and CTD using multiple Oracle Applications instances as well as legacy systems
INV: Capable to Promise, determines which ATP program will be used for ATP Check
value:4 Enable PL/SQL based ATP with Planning Output
5 Enable PL/SQL based ATP without Planning Output
MRP: ATP Database Link, determines if a distributed ATP is used or not.
Sources of Supply and Demand
You can calculate ATP quantity based on all supply and committed demand for
your items. You can choose supply and demand sources for ATP calculations via
plan options (net WIP, net reservation, and so on) if planning output is the base for
ATP supply demand information. You can customize supply and demand sources
via ATP rules if your ATP supply demand information is derived from collected
data independent of planning output. This process is described below.
ATP from PDS: Plan Options
When running ATP from PDS (Profile Option 4), you can set supply and demand
sources to be included in the ATP calculation.
1. From the Navigator window, choose Advanced Supply Chain Planning.
2. Select a [MPS, MRP, or DRP] > Names.
The [MPS, MRP, or DRP] Names window appears.
3. Click the Options button.
4. Choose the Organization tab.
5. Enter the organizations for which to plan. For each organization choose
whether to enable the following options for netting:
_ Net Reservations
_ Net Purchasing
Oracle Global ATP Server considers supply and demand based on these
>> To specify supply and demand schedules for the plan:
1. Enter the Supply and Demand Schedules you wish to include in the plan at the
bottom portion of the screen.
Multiple Master Demand Schedules (MDS), Material, or Manufacturing plans
can be used to specify demand. Multiple Material, Manufacturing or
Distribution plans can be used to specify supply.
2. Choose the Inventory-ATP checkbox for one plan at a time.
ATP from ODS: ATP Rules
ATP Rules are used for running ATP from ODS (Profile Option 5). Each ATP Rule is
a combination of ATP computation options, time fence options, and supply and
demand sources to use during ATP inquiry. When running ATP from ODS, forward
consumption is not possible and there is no accumulation window.
You can perform. single-level ATP using ODS. The following supply and demand
sources are considered:
Supply Sources The supply sources that can be chosen for consideration are:
Discrete MPS, repetitive MPS, discrete WIP, repetitive WIP, available QOH,
non-standard WIP, internal requisitions, vendor requisitions, purchase orders,
in-transit shipments, user-defined supply.
Demand Sources The demand sources that can be chosen for consideration are:
Sales Orders, internal orders, discrete WIP demand, repetitive WIP demand,
non-standard WIP, flow schedules demand, and user-defined demand.
Demand Classes You can enter desired demand classes in the ATP Criteria window.
ATP picks up supply and demand associated with demand classes.
For further information on how to set ATP Rules, see “ATP Rule Options” in the
Oracle Inventory User’s Guide.
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