ATP: Available to Promise
CTP: Capable to Promise
CTD: Capable to Deliver
ATP refers to the ability to promise availability based on a pre-defined statement of
current and planned supply.
CTP considers the production capacity that is uncommitted and the supplier
capacity that is uncommitted in addition to the above.
In addition to ATP and CTP, CTD considers the transportation resources and transit time necessary to meet your customers’ delivery needs.
The ATP Flag and ATP Component Flag must be set to enable ATP/CTP and CTD
checks for various levels in the bills of material.
ATP and ATP Component Flags
The combinations of ATP flag and ATP components flag of the request item
determine the level of the ATP check. This combination lets you specify key
components and bottleneck resources at each level.
These flags must be checked at the Item attributes/Org level:
ATP and ATP components flag determine the complexity of the ATP inquiry.
The value of ATP flag indicates what kind of ATP check you want to perform. at the
level of this item or higher. The possible choices are:
_ Material Only – Check material availability for this item at this level.
_ Resource Only – Check transportation resources availability for shipping this
item to the destination.
_ Material and Resource – Check both material and transportation resource
availability for this item.
_ None – No need to check ATP at this level.
ATP Component Flag
The value of ATP components flag indicates what kind of ATP check you want to
perform. at the component level. The possible choices are
_ Material Only – Check availability of the components in the bill for this item.
_ Material and Resource – Check availability of both materials and resources
required to assemble this item.
_ None – No need to check ATP for this item at the component level.
ATP Even if the ATP components flag indicates that a component check is required, the ATP flag at the bill level can override the setting in the ATP components flag.
Note: The value R in ATP flag always means transportation resources for shipping this item. The value R in ATP components flag always means manufacturing resources for assembling this item.
Note: If you are using Profile Option 5, “Enable PL/SQL based-ATP without Planning Output,” ATP flags can only be set to Y or N; ATP Component Flag can be set only to N. The Items window validates ATP Flags and ATP Component Flags for other exceptions such as phantom items and planning items.
Note: CTP and CTD calculations are not applicable to Profile Option 5.
ATP Flag in Oracle BOM
When you define a bill of material for an item, check ATP flags for the components
you wish to consider in the multi-level ATP calculation. This flag lets you control
the depth of the BOM considered in the calculation.
>>To set the ATP flag:
Choose Bills of Material > Bills > Bills.
CTP Flag in Oracle BOM
Set this flag for each resource for which Capacity needs to be checked.
>> To set the CTP flag:
Choose Bills of Material > Routings > Department > Resources
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