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Hello, I use a Calculate Regenerative Plan... function in planning worksheet
and the result show an Attention Warning with "Starting Date before Work Date" message
Even though I set starting date and ending date after work date, It still shown the result before Work Date.
I don't want the order that before work date show up in my plan. How to deal with it?
the date I set.
Starting date is 13/09/2021
Ending date is 05/10/2021
the result with Attention Warning
show a starting date as 15/03/21 ?? this is so confuse.
I have post about this before but got no answer that can solve this. I don't know why Calculate Regenerative Plan consider the order that before work date.
if anyone know how to solve this. Kindly, let me know.
NAV version 2017
Warning is related to the fact that according to the planning, if you want to produce this proposed line on time, you will need to start to produce in the past compared to your workdate). It means you are already too late to be able to produce this on time to answer to your customer needs.
How to avoid that? It means that planner needs to adjust item setup as it seems you have too much demand compared to the item setup, consequently you cannot answer to customer needs on time.
Maybe also move the demand to later date where production will be able to produce on time to get the good ready to ship on time.
This warning is here to help planner to highlight what is supposed to be late as only a planification in the past could answer to the needs.
Here is my summary of the Warning Message on the Planning Worksheet:
The Warning information field on the Planning Worksheet page informs you of any planning line created for an unusual situation with a text, which the user can choose to read additional information. The following warning types exist:
The emergency warning is displayed in two situations:
If an item's inventory is negative on the planning starting date, the planning system suggests an emergency supply order for the negative quantity to arrive on the planning starting date. The warning text states the starting date and the quantity of the emergency order.
Any document lines with due dates before the planning starting date are consolidated into one emergency supply order for the item to arrive on the planning starting date.
The exception warning is displayed if the projected available inventory drops below the safety stock quantity.
The planning system will suggest a supply order to meet the demand on its due date. The warning text states the item's safety stock quantity and the date on which it is violated.
Violating the safety stock level is considered an exception because it should not occur if the reorder point has been set correctly.
Supply on planning lines with Exception warnings is normally not modified according to planning parameters. Instead, the planning system only suggests a supply to cover the exact demand quantity. However, you can set the planning run up to respect certain planning parameters for planning lines with certain warnings.
The attention warning is displayed in two situations:
In planning lines with warnings, the Accept Action Message field is not selected, because the planner is expected to further investigate these lines before carrying out the plan.
Thank you jerome77 and Steven for your answers.
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