Oracle CRM Interview Questions Part#8


1. Can I keep the Schedule Date from changing when I make certain changes to the sales order such as Freight Carrier, Ship Method, etc.?
This has been implemented in 11.5.10
11i10 provides the a scheduling tab as part of OM System Parameters. This allows users scheduling flexibility for 5 areas: manual scheduling with the LAD, partials for manual reservations (right mouse click or reservation time fence), how to use promise date, and whether a change in Request Date or Ship Method should trigger rescheduling.
2. Where can I find the “Latest acceptable date” field? Does this field only affect ATP-enabled items and calculations, or is it related to all items, regardless of the ATP flag?
Latest Acceptable Date is available as a Folder Field in Sales Order Pad and iti s updatable as we expect a Customer/CSR/Selling Org to decide what is the acceptable scheduling window. You can restrict access to this field. It only really affects ATP-enabled items as Non-ATP items are never scheduled by APS (Planning).
3. Can I change Schedule Ship Date to a past date?
Schedule Ship date is the date planned for shipping an item.
While scheduling, availability of the component is checked and this
is always current date or future date. Based on the availability,
schedule ship date is populated. System will not be able to check the availability in past and the schedule ship date will always be
sysdate or a future date.
4. I update the request date to a past date, but Schedule Ship Date didn’t change and shows as sysdate.
The system is functioning as intended.
Schedule Ship date is the date planned for shipping an item.
While scheduling, availability of the component is checked and this
is always a current date or future date. Based on the availability,
schedule ship date is populated. The system will not check the
availability in past and the schedule ship date will always be
sysdate or a future date.
5. If schedule_ship_date is changed on an ATO model or a SMC PTO model, then the schedule_ship_date is cascaded to the options and classes.
For a non-SMC PTO, a change made to schedule_ship_date on the model
is not cascaded to the options and classes
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