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CTM Does not adopt change in Resource Calendar

Hello Gurus,

We recently updated a factory calendar in ERP to remove all weekends and imported to SCM through APO-BW. Then executed the following programs to extend and check the resources associated with the calendar

1. /SAPAPO/CRES_CREATE_LC_RES

2. /SAPAPO/CRES_CAPACITY_LENGTHEN

checked the resources and found that it adopted the changes. All the workdays are as per the calendar. The SNP Bucket capacity is as expected.

When we ran CTM after this, it does not seem to consider the new buckets. CTM Logs show that it planned with weekends in consideration.

Also the resource utilization report cdps_rept shows that weekends are non working days for the resource, but the capacity check view of planning book shows the updated capacity.

We dont have timestreams associated with the Locations being considered.

Livecache consistency check on the resource showed no error.

Please let me know if i am missing something.

Thanks,

Sudar

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    Posted on Sep 16, 2008 at 01:06 AM

    Hi Sudar,

    Regenerated master data selection for CTM profile by /SAPAPO/CTMMSEL - Master Data Selection .

    Manish

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2008 at 12:54 AM

    Manish,

    That did not solve the issue.

    We ran the following program and found that there were issues with time series of the resources and repaired with typing 'repair' in the command box after selecting all the resources with issues.

    /SAPAPO/OM_UPGR_TSTR_CHECK

    Note 959782 provides details of the program.

    Sudar

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