Report performance issue in oracle database 10g to 11g

Hi All,
We have one test instance for database 10g where the report is working fine below is the plan for report.
SELECT STATEMENT
VIEW APPS
SORT UNIQUE
UNION-ALL
HASH JOIN
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
TABLE ACCESS FULL INV.MTL_PARAMETERS
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES
INDEX RANGE SCAN APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES_U2
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B_XX1
TABLE ACCESS FULL ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL
NESTED LOOPS ANTI
HASH JOIN
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID MRP.MRP_GROSS_REQUIREMENTS
INDEX SKIP SCAN MRP.MRP_GROSS_REQUIREMENTS_N2
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
TABLE ACCESS FULL INV.MTL_PARAMETERS
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES
INDEX RANGE SCAN APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES_U2
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B_XX1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL
INDEX RANGE SCAN ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_N3
We have one more instance whose database is 11g and the same report is migrated but it is taking too long time to execute the report output. Please advise why it is happening even why the plan is difference.
SELECT STATEMENT
VIEW APPS
SORT UNIQUE
UNION-ALL
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ITEM_CATEGORIES_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_B_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_TL_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID BOM.BOM_STRUCTURES_B
INDEX RANGE SCAN BOM.BOM_STRUCTURES_B_N2
SORT AGGREGATE
INDEX RANGE SCAN BOM.BOM_OPERATIONAL_ROUTINGS_U2
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS_U1
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS_U1
SORT AGGREGATE
FILTER
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX SKIP SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N11
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_LINES_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_LINES
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
SORT AGGREGATE
FILTER
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX SKIP SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N11
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_LINES_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_LINES
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
SORT AGGREGATE
NESTED LOOPS
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID MRP.MRP_ASSIGNMENT_SETS
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN MRP.MRP_ASSIGNMENT_SETS_U2
INDEX RANGE SCAN MRP.MRP_SR_ASSIGNMENTS_N3
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID PO.PO_APPROVED_SUPPLIER_LIST
INDEX RANGE SCAN PO.PO_APPROVED_SUPPLIER_LIST_N1
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_DETAIL
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_N6
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_DETAIL
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_N6
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL
INDEX RANGE SCAN ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_N3
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL
INDEX RANGE SCAN ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_N3
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ITEM_CATEGORIES_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL
HASH JOIN
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
TABLE ACCESS FULL INV.MTL_PARAMETERS
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES
INDEX RANGE SCAN APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES_U2
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B_XX1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B
TABLE ACCESS FULL ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ITEM_CATEGORIES_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_B_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_TL_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID BOM.BOM_STRUCTURES_B
INDEX RANGE SCAN BOM.BOM_STRUCTURES_B_N2
INDEX RANGE SCAN BOM.BOM_OPERATIONAL_ROUTINGS_U2
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS_U1
FILTER
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX SKIP SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N11
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_LINES_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_LINES
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
FILTER
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX SKIP SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N11
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_LINES_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_LINES
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
SORT UNIQUE NOSORT
NESTED LOOPS
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID MRP.MRP_ASSIGNMENT_SETS
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN MRP.MRP_ASSIGNMENT_SETS_U2
INDEX RANGE SCAN MRP.MRP_SR_ASSIGNMENTS_N3
SORT UNIQUE NOSORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID PO.PO_APPROVED_SUPPLIER_LIST
INDEX RANGE SCAN PO.PO_APPROVED_SUPPLIER_LIST_N1
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_DETAIL
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_N6
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_DETAIL
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_N6
SORT AGGREGATE
INDEX RANGE SCAN MRP.MRP_GROSS_REQUIREMENTS_N1
SORT AGGREGATE
INDEX RANGE SCAN MRP.MRP_GROSS_REQUIREMENTS_N1
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ITEM_CATEGORIES_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL
NESTED LOOPS ANTI
HASH JOIN
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID MRP.MRP_GROSS_REQUIREMENTS
INDEX SKIP SCAN MRP.MRP_GROSS_REQUIREMENTS_N2
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
TABLE ACCESS FULL INV.MTL_PARAMETERS
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES
INDEX RANGE SCAN APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES_U2
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B_XX1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL
INDEX RANGE SCAN ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_N3
}

Hi All,
We have one test instance for database 10g where the report is working fine below is the plan for report.
SELECT STATEMENT
VIEW APPS
SORT UNIQUE
UNION-ALL
HASH JOIN
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
TABLE ACCESS FULL INV.MTL_PARAMETERS
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES
INDEX RANGE SCAN APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES_U2
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B_XX1
TABLE ACCESS FULL ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL
NESTED LOOPS ANTI
HASH JOIN
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID MRP.MRP_GROSS_REQUIREMENTS
INDEX SKIP SCAN MRP.MRP_GROSS_REQUIREMENTS_N2
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
TABLE ACCESS FULL INV.MTL_PARAMETERS
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES
INDEX RANGE SCAN APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES_U2
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B_XX1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL
INDEX RANGE SCAN ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_N3
We have one more instance whose database is 11g and the same report is migrated but it is taking too long time to execute the report output. Please advise why it is happening even why the plan is difference.
SELECT STATEMENT
VIEW APPS
SORT UNIQUE
UNION-ALL
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ITEM_CATEGORIES_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_B_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_TL_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID BOM.BOM_STRUCTURES_B
INDEX RANGE SCAN BOM.BOM_STRUCTURES_B_N2
SORT AGGREGATE
INDEX RANGE SCAN BOM.BOM_OPERATIONAL_ROUTINGS_U2
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS_U1
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS_U1
SORT AGGREGATE
FILTER
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX SKIP SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N11
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_LINES_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_LINES
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
SORT AGGREGATE
FILTER
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX SKIP SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N11
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_LINES_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_LINES
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
SORT AGGREGATE
NESTED LOOPS
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID MRP.MRP_ASSIGNMENT_SETS
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN MRP.MRP_ASSIGNMENT_SETS_U2
INDEX RANGE SCAN MRP.MRP_SR_ASSIGNMENTS_N3
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID PO.PO_APPROVED_SUPPLIER_LIST
INDEX RANGE SCAN PO.PO_APPROVED_SUPPLIER_LIST_N1
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_DETAIL
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_N6
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_DETAIL
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_N6
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL
INDEX RANGE SCAN ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_N3
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL
INDEX RANGE SCAN ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_N3
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ITEM_CATEGORIES_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL
HASH JOIN
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
TABLE ACCESS FULL INV.MTL_PARAMETERS
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES
INDEX RANGE SCAN APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES_U2
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B_XX1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B
TABLE ACCESS FULL ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ITEM_CATEGORIES_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_B_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_TL_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID BOM.BOM_STRUCTURES_B
INDEX RANGE SCAN BOM.BOM_STRUCTURES_B_N2
INDEX RANGE SCAN BOM.BOM_OPERATIONAL_ROUTINGS_U2
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN BOM.CST_ITEM_COSTS_U1
FILTER
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX SKIP SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N11
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_LINES_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_LINES
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
FILTER
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_TL_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_HEADERS_B
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX SKIP SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N11
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN QP.QP_LIST_LINES_PK
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_LIST_LINES
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES
INDEX RANGE SCAN QP.QP_PRICING_ATTRIBUTES_N3
SORT UNIQUE NOSORT
NESTED LOOPS
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID MRP.MRP_ASSIGNMENT_SETS
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN MRP.MRP_ASSIGNMENT_SETS_U2
INDEX RANGE SCAN MRP.MRP_SR_ASSIGNMENTS_N3
SORT UNIQUE NOSORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID PO.PO_APPROVED_SUPPLIER_LIST
INDEX RANGE SCAN PO.PO_APPROVED_SUPPLIER_LIST_N1
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_DETAIL
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_N6
SORT AGGREGATE
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_DETAIL
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_N6
SORT AGGREGATE
INDEX RANGE SCAN MRP.MRP_GROSS_REQUIREMENTS_N1
SORT AGGREGATE
INDEX RANGE SCAN MRP.MRP_GROSS_REQUIREMENTS_N1
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_ITEM_CATEGORIES_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORIES_B_U1
INDEX UNIQUE SCAN INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL_U1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_CATEGORY_SETS_TL
NESTED LOOPS ANTI
HASH JOIN
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID MRP.MRP_GROSS_REQUIREMENTS
INDEX SKIP SCAN MRP.MRP_GROSS_REQUIREMENTS_N2
NESTED LOOPS
NESTED LOOPS
MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN
TABLE ACCESS FULL INV.MTL_PARAMETERS
BUFFER SORT
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES
INDEX RANGE SCAN APPLSYS.FND_LOOKUP_VALUES_U2
INDEX RANGE SCAN INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B_XX1
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID INV.MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B
TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL
INDEX RANGE SCAN ONT.OE_ORDER_LINES_N3
}

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