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PPDS deleting SNP orders

Hello experts ,

We have SNP & PPDS implemented in our APO setup. We run CTM with fixed pegging. We do weekly planning run & the sequence includes

1. Deletes

2. PPDS run

3. CTM run

4.SNP run for components

& then there is daily PPDS planning run .

Issue : Once the weekly planning run is completed on Saturday our planning books looks good . But when PPDS runs on Sunday night , it deletes the CTM created orders right after the PPDS horizon (2-3 weeks) creating a shortage which gets carried over till the end of horizon.

Our horizons are :

SNP = 45

STH= 14

PPDS = 120

Please advise if anything is wrong with our planning run setup & sequence ? Are we missing anything here . Happy to provide additional inputs .

Many thanks !



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  • Posted on Jul 14 at 06:48 AM


    PPDS horizon of 120 days thats fine but what is purpose of SNP horizon of 45 days.

    Are you running the CTM in active version 000 or any simulation version?

    Are CTM orders created with Continuous Planning type, PP/DS order category and PP/DS source of supply?

    Do you have any screen shot product view //RRP3 on Saturday and Sunday.

    Also share screen shot of CTM profile Strategy tab and Setting tab of /SAPAPO/CTM

    Please note CTM does not generate or delete any planned orders within this production horizon. The horizon starts on the system date (or the date you specified as the planning start in the CTM profile). If no value has been specified here, CTM takes into account the PP/DS Horizon in the planning version.

    Best Regards,


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