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Forecast Consumption Reduces Planned Quantity

All, I would appreciate the Community's feedback with regards to why we are seeing the forecast (Planned Qty in RRP3) reduced.

A number of examples have been identified where the forecast quantity has been reduced by the withdrawn quantity and the Remaining Quantity reflects the Planned Quantity.

We are more used to seeing the forecast remain as per the DP forecast but Remaining Quantity reducing by the sum of allocated quantity and withdrawal quantity.

Columns represent From and To dates, Plan Qty (Forecast from DP), Withdrawals, Allocated, Remaining Plan Qty.

Row 1 is the reduced forecast which when released to SNP = 516 for the w/c 04.08.2014

04.08.2014 10.08.2014 342 174 0 342 11.08.2014 17.08.2014 26 0 0 26 18.08.2014 24.08.2014 1,209 0 0 1,209 25.08.2014 31.08.2014 184 0 0 184 01.09.2014 07.09.2014 561 0 0 561 08.09.2014 14.09.2014 1,499 0 0 1,499 15.09.2014 21.09.2014 956 0 0 956

We have a number of examples like this but the more conventional reduction of Remaining Planned Quanity is the norm'.

Thanks for any feedback.

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    Aug 05, 2014 at 06:55 PM

    Hi Chris,

    Sometimes you have this kind of inconsistencies in the Forecast tab of RRP3. If you look at Elements tab, do you also have the same problem with the Remaining Qty? If you see differences between these two tabs, please check this note, you maybe need to run: /SAPAPO/CSP_CORRECT_FCST :

    1394136 - Report/SAPAPO/CSP_CORRECT_FCST: adjust consumption
    situation

    Thanks and Regards,

    Mariano

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