Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP and Oracle Supply Chain Planning User’s Guide

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  • Chapter 1 Setting Up … 1 – 1
    Overview of Setting Up … 1 – 2
    Setup Prerequisites … 1 – 3
    Setup Checklist … 1 – 5
    Setup Steps … 1 – 6
    Defining Planning Parameters … 1 – 12
    Starting the Planning Manager … 1 – 17
    Defining Planners … 1 – 19
    Creating Planning Exception Sets … 1 – 20
    Creating Demand Classes … 1 – 23
    Creating Source Lists … 1 – 25
    Setting Up Planner Workbench … 1 – 28
    Defining Your Display Preferences … 1 – 28
    Changing Your Organization … 1 – 32
    Chapter 2 Forecasting … 2 – 1
    Overview of Forecasting … 2 – 2
    Forecasts and Sets … 2 – 2
    Forecast Set Defaults … 2 – 2
    Time Buckets … 2 – 2
    Entry Options … 2 – 2
    Planning Bills and Models … 2 – 2
    Alternate Bills … 2 – 3
    Consumption … 2 – 3
    Consume by Demand Class … 2 – 3
    Consume by Item, Customer, Bill-to Address, or
    Ship-to Address … 2 – 3
    Copy … 2 – 3
    Modify for Simulation … 2 – 3
    Forecast Rules … 2 – 3
    Generate Focus and Statistical Forecasts … 2 – 4
    Import Forecasts from Outside Sources … 2 – 4
    Load Forecasts into the Master Schedule … 2 – 4
    Review … 2 – 4
    Deleting Forecasts and Forecast Sets … 2 – 4
    Project and Seiban References … 2 – 4
    Defining a Forecast Manually … 2 – 6
    Defining a Forecast Set … 2 – 6
    Forecast Set Examples … 2 – 7
    Defining a Forecast … 2 – 8
    Generating Forecasts from Historical Information … 2 – 11
    Overview of Forecast Generation … 2 – 11
    Defining Forecast Rules … 2 – 11
    Generating a ForecastSRS.incfif … 2 – 11
    Forecast Levels … 2 – 13
    Copying/Merging Forecasts … 2 – 14
    How Copy/Merge Finds Forecast Entries to Load … 2 – 16
    Copy/Merge for Planning Bills and Model Forecasts … 2 – 17
    Forecast Consumption … 2 – 18
    Overview of Forecast Consumption … 2 – 18
    Consumption within a Forecast Set … 2 – 19
    Consumption for a Product Family … 2 – 20
    Consumption across Forecast Sets … 2 – 22
    Backward and Forward Consumption Days … 2 – 23
    Consumption and Demand Classes … 2 – 23
    Consuming New ForecastsSRS.mrcfcc … 2 – 24
    Overconsumption … 2 – 25
    Unconsumption … 2 – 25
    Time Buckets in Forecast Consumption … 2 – 27
    Consumption with Daily Buckets … 2 – 27
    Consumption with Weekly Buckets … 2 – 29
    Consumption with Periodic Buckets … 2 – 31
    Outlier Update Percent … 2 – 33
    Example … 2 – 33
    Reviewing Bucketed Information … 2 – 35
    Production Forecasts … 2 – 37
    Forecasting Planning Bills … 2 – 37
    Forecasting Models … 2 – 38
    Planning Models and Option Classes … 2 – 39
    Forecast Control … 2 – 42
    Choosing a Value for Forecast Control … 2 – 42
    Two-Level Master Scheduling Processes … 2 – 44
    Forecast Explosion … 2 – 48
    Overview of Forecast Explosion … 2 – 48
    Forecast Explosion Logic … 2 – 48
    Re-exploding Forecasts … 2 – 51
    Forecast Consumption for Models and Predefined
    Configurations … 2 – 51
    Forecast Consumption Logic … 2 – 52
    Consumption of Models … 2 – 53
    Forecast Consumption: Before AutoCreate Configuration . 2 – 54
    Example: Before AutoCreate Configuration … 2 – 54
    Forecast Consumption: After AutoCreate Configuration .. 2 – 55
    Example: After AutoCreate Configuration … 2 – 57
    Consumption of Predefined Configurations … 2 – 58
    Chapter 3 Master Scheduling … 3 – 1
    Overview of Master Scheduling … 3 – 2
    Master Schedule Types … 3 – 2
    Master Demand Schedule (MDS) … 3 – 2
    Master Production Schedule (MPS) … 3 – 3
    Main Features of Master Scheduling … 3 – 3
    Discrete and Repetitive Scheduling … 3 – 3
    Master Schedule Entries for Product Family Items … 3 – 4
    Roll the MPS Plan Forward … 3 – 4
    Forecast and Planning Configurations … 3 – 4
    Identify Conflicts in Schedules … 3 – 4
    Schedule Spares Demand … 3 – 4
    Available to Promise … 3 – 4
    Add MPS Firm Planned Orders … 3 – 5
    Master Schedule at Any Level … 3 – 5
    Project and Seiban References … 3 – 5
    Loading the Master Schedule from Multiple Sources … 3 – 5
    Interorganization Orders … 3 – 5
    Import Master Schedules from Outside Sources … 3 – 6
    Schedule Management … 3 – 6
    Automatic MPS Relief … 3 – 6
    Master Scheduling by Demand Class … 3 – 7
    MPS Explosion Level … 3 – 7
    Defining a Schedule Name … 3 – 8
    Defining Schedule Entries Manually … 3 – 11
    Loading a Master Schedule from an Internal Source … 3 – 14
    Source Type Field … 3 – 15
    Specific Forecast … 3 – 15
    Interorg Planned Orders … 3 – 15
    Sales Orders Only … 3 – 16
    Specific MDS or Specific MPS … 3 – 16
    Source Lists … 3 – 17
    Selecting Master Schedule Load Options … 3 – 17
    Additional Factors Affecting a Master Schedule Load … 3 – 21
    Source Flag … 3 – 21
    How Forecasted Discrete Items Appear in the Master
    Schedule … 3 – 22
    How Forecasted Repetitive Items Appear in the Master
    Schedule … 3 – 24
    Planning Spares Demand … 3 – 27
    Schedule Relief … 3 – 28
    Shipment Relief … 3 – 28
    Production Relief … 3 – 28
    Viewing Master Schedule Relief Information … 3 – 30
    Profile Options for Master Schedule Relief … 3 – 30
    Planning Manager and Schedule Relief … 3 – 31
    Chapter 4 Material Requirements Planning … 4 – 1
    Overview of Material Requirements Planning … 4 – 2
    Overview of Planning Logic … 4 – 3
    Planning Methods … 4 – 6
    MRP Planning Methods in Oracle Inventory … 4 – 6
    Inventory Planning Methods … 4 – 6
    Overview of Plan Generation … 4 – 8
    MPS Plan Generation … 4 – 8
    MRP Generation … 4 – 9
    From a Master Demand Schedule … 4 – 9
    From a Master Production Schedule … 4 – 9
    Defining MRP Names … 4 – 10
    Launching the MPS/MRP Planning Process … 4 – 11
    Making a Copy of a Completed Plan … 4 – 13
    Reviewing or Adding Plan Options … 4 – 15
    Order Modifiers … 4 – 21
    Lot-for-Lot … 4 – 21
    Fixed or Variable … 4 – 21
    Order Modifiers Logic … 4 – 23
    Item and Bill of Material Attributes … 4 – 25
    Standard Bills and Routings Only … 4 – 25
    Phantom Bills of Material … 4 – 25
    Manufactured or Purchased … 4 – 26
    Bulk Items … 4 – 27
    Shrinkage Rate … 4 – 28
    Component Yield … 4 – 29
    Safety Stock … 4 – 29
    Lot Expirations … 4 – 30
    Overview of Plan Control … 4 – 32
    Acceptable Early Days Delivery … 4 – 32
    Time Fence Control … 4 – 33
    Planning Time Fence … 4 – 34
    Demand Time Fence … 4 – 34
    Release Time Fence … 4 – 35
    Auto-release Planned Orders … 4 – 35
    Firm Order Planning … 4 – 37
    Firm MRP Planned Order … 4 – 37
    Firm MRP Implemented Order … 4 – 38
    Firm Scheduled Receipt … 4 – 38
    Overwrite Options … 4 – 39
    Overwrite … 4 – 39
    Append Planned Orders … 4 – 39
    Overwrite All, Append Planned Orders … 4 – 40
    Overwrite Outside Planning Time Fence, Append
    Planned Orders … 4 – 41
    Overwrite None, Append Planned Orders … 4 – 42
    Overwrite None, Do Not Append Planned Orders … 4 – 44
    Gross to Net Explosion … 4 – 46
    Gross to Net Explosion Example … 4 – 47
    Phases of the Planning Process … 4 – 48
    Maintain Repetitive Planning Periods Phase … 4 – 48
    Snapshot Phase … 4 – 48
    Planner Phase … 4 – 48
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    Auto-Release Phase … 4 – 49
    Locking Tables within the Snapshot … 4 – 50
    Locking Tables within the Snapshot Example … 4 – 51
    Time-Phasing Requirements … 4 – 52
    Past Due Supply and Demand … 4 – 52
    Material Scheduling Method … 4 – 52
    Manufacturing Lead Time Calculation … 4 – 53
    Dynamic Lead Time Calculations … 4 – 53
    Specifying Items for the Planning Process … 4 – 55
    Material Scheduling Method Example … 4 – 57
    Netting Supply and Demand … 4 – 58
    Net Purchases … 4 – 60
    Planning Dates … 4 – 60
    Receiving Inspection Inventory … 4 – 61
    Internal Requisitions … 4 – 61
    Net Work in Process … 4 – 62
    Standard Discrete Jobs … 4 – 62
    Non-Standard Discrete Jobs … 4 – 62
    Repetitive Schedules … 4 – 62
    MRP Net Quantity … 4 – 63
    MRP Net Component … 4 – 63
    Supplier Components … 4 – 63
    Negative Requirements … 4 – 64
    Net Reservations … 4 – 65
    Overview of Engineering Change Planning … 4 – 66
    Engineering Change Orders … 4 – 66
    Use-Up Date … 4 – 68
    Bill of Material Changes … 4 – 70
    Engineering Items … 4 – 70
    Chapter 5 Supply Chain Planning … 5 – 1
    Overview … 5 – 2
    Main Features of Oracle Supply Chain Planning … 5 – 2
    The Multiple Organization Model … 5 – 4
    Supply Chain Supply and Demand Schedules … 5 – 6
    Managing Supply and Demand … 5 – 7
    Supplier Planned Inventories … 5 – 8
    Sourcing and Replenishment Network … 5 – 9
    Setting Up and Implementing Sourcing Strategies … 5 – 11
    Sourcing Rules and Bills of Distribution … 5 – 11
    Sourcing Rules … 5 – 12
    Contents ix
    Bills of Distribution … 5 – 13
    Example … 5 – 14
    Defining Sourcing Rules … 5 – 17
    Defining Bills of Distribution … 5 – 20
    Assigning Sourcing Rules and Bills of Distribution … 5 – 23
    Assignments Hierarchy … 5 – 26
    Viewing Sourcing Rules … 5 – 28
    Viewing Bills of Distribution … 5 – 31
    Viewing Sourcing Rule and Bill of Distribution
    Assignments … 5 – 35
    Displaying an Indented Where Used … 5 – 37
    Displaying an Indented Bill … 5 – 39
    Viewing the Sourcing Assignment Hierarchy … 5 – 40
    Master Scheduling in Supply Chain Planning … 5 – 42
    Supply Chain Master Schedule Types … 5 – 42
    Master Demand Schedule (MDS) … 5 – 42
    Master Production Schedule (MPS) … 5 – 43
    Loading the Supply Chain Master Schedule from
    Multiple Sources … 5 – 43
    Defining a Supply Chain MPS Name … 5 – 44
    Defining Supply Chain MPS Entries Manually … 5 – 45
    Loading a Supply Chain MPS from an Internal Source … 5 – 47
    Source Type Field … 5 – 47
    Interorg Planned Orders … 5 – 47
    Material and Distribution Requirements Planning … 5 – 49
    Overview of Supply Chain Planning Logic … 5 – 50
    Supply Chain Planning Methods … 5 – 53
    MRP Planning Methods in Oracle Inventory … 5 – 53
    Defining MRP/DRP Names in Supply Chain Planning … 5 – 53
    Launching the Supply Chain Planning Process … 5 – 55
    Reviewing or Adding Supply Chain Plan Options … 5 – 56
    Overview of Plan Generation in Supply Chain Planning .. 5 – 61
    Specifying Items for the Supply Chain Planning Process .. 5 – 62
    MPS Plan Generation in Supply Chain Planning … 5 – 64
    MRP and DRP Generation in Supply Chain Planning … 5 – 65
    From a Master Demand Schedule … 5 – 67
    From Supply … 5 – 67
    Planning Organizations … 5 – 68
    Netting Supply and Demand in Supply Chain Planning … 5 – 69
    Overview of the Supply Chain Planner Workbench … 5 – 71
    Reviewing Source and Destination Organizations … 5 – 72
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    Chapter 6 Production Planning … 6 – 1
    Overview of Production Planning … 6 – 2
    Prerequisites to Production Planning … 6 – 3
    Tracking Forecast Consumption … 6 – 4
    Tracking Demand Schedule Reliefs … 6 – 5
    Chapter 7 Planner Workbench … 7 – 1
    Overview of Planner Workbench … 7 – 2
    Quick Access to Particular Documents … 7 – 3
    Reviewing Planning Information … 7 – 4
    Overview of Reviewing Planning Information … 7 – 4
    Reviewing Item Planning Information … 7 – 4
    Viewing On-hand Quantities … 7 – 6
    Reviewing Supply and Demand … 7 – 7
    Supply and Demand Fields … 7 – 8
    Reviewing the Horizontal Plan … 7 – 13
    Displaying the Enterprise View … 7 – 14
    Reviewing Current Data … 7 – 16
    Generating a Graphical Display of Planning Data … 7 – 17
    Reviewing Planning Exceptions … 7 – 18
    Planning Exception Sets … 7 – 23
    Overview of Net Change Replan … 7 – 25
    Batch mode planner … 7 – 26
    Online plannerMRPSCPWB.olp_status … 7 – 26
    Replanning Net Changes — Batch Mode Planner … 7 – 27
    Replanning Net Changes — Online Planner … 7 – 28
    Overview of Graphical Pegging … 7 – 32
    Viewing Pegged Supply and Demand … 7 – 33
    Available to Promise (ATP) … 7 – 36
    Calculating ATP … 7 – 36
    Calculating ATP for Product Family Items … 7 – 37
    Negative ATP … 7 – 39
    Inventory Snapshot … 7 – 39
    Supply Chain ATP … 7 – 40
    Capable to Promise (CTP) … 7 – 42
    See Also … 7 – 43
    Implementing Planning Recommendations … 7 – 44
    Overview of Implementing Planning Recommendations .. 7 – 44
    Creating Firm Planned Orders … 7 – 45
    Implementing Planned Orders … 7 – 47
    Contents xi
    Implementing Repetitive Schedules … 7 – 50
    Implementing Planned Orders as Firm Jobs … 7 – 52
    How Purchase Requisitions are Created … 7 – 55
    Rescheduling Scheduled Receipts … 7 – 55
    Walking Up and Down a Bill of Material … 7 – 58
    Overview … 7 – 58
    Reviewing Assembly Components … 7 – 58
    End Assembly Pegging … 7 – 60
    Reviewing Using Assemblies … 7 – 60
    Reviewing End Assemblies … 7 – 62
    Capacity Planning … 7 – 63
    Overview of Online Capacity Planning … 7 – 63
    See Also … 7 – 63
    Viewing Capacity Information from the Planner
    Workbench … 7 – 63
    Identifying Capacity Problems … 7 – 68
    Testing What-if Scenarios … 7 – 69
    See Also … 7 – 69
    Chapter 8 Demand Classes … 8 – 1
    Overview of Demand Classes … 8 – 2
    Defining Demand Classes … 8 – 2
    Associate Demand Classes to Customer Demand … 8 – 2
    Assign an Organizational Demand Class … 8 – 2
    Forecasting by Demand Class … 8 – 2
    Master Scheduling by Demand Class … 8 – 3
    Planning by Demand Class … 8 – 3
    Demand Class Forecasting … 8 – 4
    Forecast Consumption … 8 – 5
    Demand Class Master Scheduling … 8 – 7
    Demand Class ATP Calculation … 8 – 9
    Net Inventory by Demand Class … 8 – 10
    Chapter 9 Time Fence Control … 9 – 1
    Overview of Time Fence Planning … 9 – 2
    Time Fences for Items … 9 – 2
    Master Schedule Creation Using the Demand Time Fence . 9 – 2
    Material Planning with the Demand and Planning
    Time Fences … 9 – 2
    Material Planning with the Release Time Fence … 9 – 3
    xii Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP and Supply Chain Planning User’s Guide
    Time Fence Control … 9 – 4
    Defining Time Fences for Items … 9 – 4
    Establishing Time Fence Control … 9 – 4
    Time Fences and Firm Orders … 9 – 6
    Master Schedule Load … 9 – 8
    Forecasts … 9 – 8
    Sales Orders Only … 9 – 8
    Planning Process Execution … 9 – 10
    Master Production Schedule Maintenance … 9 – 11
    Production Plan Monitoring … 9 – 13
    Time Fence Planning Example … 9 – 14
    Chapter 10 Two-Level Master Scheduling … 10 – 1
    Overview of Two-Level Master Scheduling … 10 – 2
    Multilevel Planning and Model Bills … 10 – 2
    Forecasting … 10 – 2
    Forecast Explosion … 10 – 2
    Forecast Consumption … 10 – 3
    Master Scheduling … 10 – 3
    Production Relief … 10 – 3
    Shipment Relief … 10 – 3
    Rough Cut Capacity Planning … 10 – 3
    Example Bill of Material for Two-Level Master Scheduling … 10 – 4
    Item and Bill Definition … 10 – 5
    Planning Items … 10 – 5
    Models … 10 – 5
    Option Classes … 10 – 6
    Standard Items: Options and Mandatory Components … 10 – 6
    Product Family Items … 10 – 6
    Production Forecast Establishment … 10 – 7
    Forecasting Planning Bills … 10 – 7
    Forecasting Models … 10 – 8
    Forecasting Predefined Configurations … 10 – 10
    Planning Models, Option Classes, and Product Families … 10 – 11
    Chapter 11 Repetitive Planning … 11 – 1
    Overview of Repetitive Planning … 11 – 2
    MPS and MRP Planning for Repetitive Assemblies … 11 – 2
    Repetitive Planning Periods … 11 – 2
    Contents xiii
    Anchor Date … 11 – 2
    Component Demand … 11 – 2
    Safety Stock and Order Modifiers … 11 – 2
    Repetitive Schedule Allocation … 11 – 2
    Firm Repetitive Schedules … 11 – 3
    Repetitive Planning Control … 11 – 3
    Repetitive Schedule Implementation … 11 – 3
    Repetitive Reports and Inquiries … 11 – 3
    Overview of Repetitive Planning Concepts … 11 – 4
    Repetitive Planning versus Discrete Planning … 11 – 5
    Repetitive Schedule Dates … 11 – 7
    Repetitive Schedule Types … 11 – 9
    Repetitive Planning Periods … 11 – 10
    Repetitive Schedules as Planned Supply … 11 – 12
    MPS and MRP Planning for Repetitive Assemblies … 11 – 13
    Repetitive Planning Logic … 11 – 13
    Optimal Rate Calculation … 11 – 14
    Component Demand … 11 – 15
    Safety Stock and Order Modifiers … 11 – 16
    Anchor Date … 11 – 18
    Repetitive Schedule Allocation … 11 – 21
    Line Priorities … 11 – 21
    Line Speeds … 11 – 21
    Aggregate Rate Allocation … 11 – 21
    Firm Repetitive Schedules … 11 – 24
    Partially Firm Repetitive Schedules … 11 – 25
    Implicit Firm Repetitive Schedules … 11 – 26
    Repetitive Planning Control … 11 – 28
    Acceptable Rate Changes … 11 – 28
    Acceptable Rate Increase … 11 – 28
    Acceptable Rate Decrease … 11 – 29
    Overrun Percent … 11 – 30
    Repetitive Schedule Relief … 11 – 32
    Repetitive Schedule Implementation … 11 – 33
    Chapter 12 Kanban Planning … 12 – 1
    Overview of Kanban Planning … 12 – 2
    Kanban … 12 – 2
    Kanban Items … 12 – 2
    Flow Manufacturing … 12 – 2
    Kanban Location … 12 – 2
    xiv Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP and Supply Chain Planning User’s Guide
    Pull Sequences … 12 – 3
    Kanban Size … 12 – 3
    Kanban Cards … 12 – 3
    Kanban Plans … 12 – 3
    Calculation Formula … 12 – 4
    How the Program Determines Average Daily Demand … 12 – 5
    Using the Kanban Calculation Program … 12 – 7
    See Also … 12 – 9
    Viewing and Updating Kanban Calculations … 12 – 10
    See Also … 12 – 12
    Chapter 13 Project MRP … 13 – 1
    Overview of Project MRP … 13 – 2
    Establishing a Project MRP Environment … 13 – 4
    Overview of Project MRP setup tasks … 13 – 4
    Setting Up Project MRP in Oracle Projects … 13 – 4
    Setting Up Project MRP in Oracle Inventory … 13 – 5
    Setting Up Project MRP in Master Scheduling/MRP and
    Supply Chain Planning … 13 – 8
    Defining Planning Group QuickCodes … 13 – 8
    Reviewing or Adding Project MRP Plan Options … 13 – 10
    Launching a Project MRP Plan … 13 – 12
    Setting Up Project MRP in Oracle Project Manufacturing .. 13 – 13
    Project MRP Planning Logic … 13 – 14
    Project netting example (hard pegging) … 13 – 14
    Project netting example (soft pegging) … 13 – 16
    Netting behavior … 13 – 17
    Excess Supply … 13 – 19
    Chapter 14 Memory-based Planning Engine … 14 – 1
    Memory-based Planning Engine … 14 – 2
    Features Supported by the Memory-based Planning
    Engine … 14 – 3
    Processing Steps … 14 – 4
    Processes … 14 – 6
    Snapshot Tasks … 14 – 11
    Read Consistency … 14 – 13
    Inter-Process Communication … 14 – 15
    Configuring the Memory-based Planning Engine … 14 – 18
    Profile options … 14 – 18
    Contents xv
    Setting up … 14 – 18
    Enabling the Memory-based Planning Engine … 14 – 20
    Chapter 15 Parallel Processing … 15 – 1
    Overview of Parallel Processing … 15 – 2
    Process Control … 15 – 3
    Concurrent Manager … 15 – 3
    Inter-Process Communication … 15 – 4
    Communication via the Oracle Server … 15 – 4
    Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP and Supply Chain
    Planning on a Single Processor Machine … 15 – 5
    How Many Processes to Launch? … 15 – 6
    Snapshot … 15 – 7
    Snapshot Tasks … 15 – 7
    Read Consistency … 15 – 7
    Lock File … 15 – 9
    Snapshot Configuration … 15 – 9
    Parallel Processing in the Memory-based Snapshot … 15 – 14
    Parallel Processing in the Memory-based Planner … 15 – 14
    Configuring the Snapshot … 15 – 15
    Planning Manager … 15 – 16
    Program Requirements … 15 – 16
    Configuration of Planning Manager … 15 – 16
    Program Logic … 15 – 16
    Chapter 16 Reports … 16 – 1
    Overview of Reports … 16 – 3
    Audit Information Report … 16 – 4
    (Supply Chain) Current Projected On Hand vs. Projected
    Available Graphical ReportSRS.mrrgrf2 … 16 – 10
    (Supply Chain) Demand vs. Replenishment Graphical Report . 16 – 14
    (Supply Chain) Financial Analysis Report … 16 – 18
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    Forecast Comparison Report … 16 – 20
    Forecast Detail Report … 16 -
    (Supply Chain) Late Order Report … 16 – 29
    Master Schedule Comparison Report … 16 – 31
    Master Schedule Detail Report … 16 – 3
    (Supply Chain) Master Schedule Status Report … 16 – 42
    (Supply Chain) Order Reschedule Report … 16 – 45
    (Supply Chain) Planned Order Report … 16 – 49
    (Supply Chain) Planning Detail Report … 16 – 52
    Planning Exception Sets Report … 16 – 59
    Planning Manager Worker (once-a-day tasks) … 16 – 60
    Planning Parameters Report … 16 – 61
    CRP Reports … 16 – 62
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