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Wrong resource type as multimixed in APO?

Wrong resource type is getting created in APO of multimixed type for Machin _001 and labour _002 type from R3 workcentre for machine-001 and labour type -002 categories, R3 workcentre has 001 machine capacity with settiings as 1 .Number of individual capacities = 1 2. Indicator for can be used by several operations= unchecked 3. Transaction CFC9 has both single and multimixed settings. 4. SPRO -> Integration with other mySAP.com Components -> Advanced Planning and Optimization -> Basic Settings for Setting up the System Landscape -> Specify SAP APO Release' - APO release is mainatined (though not latest) 5 .APO resource tab is not manitained in WC definition - 002 labour capacity category is having Number of individual capacities = 4 with all other parameters same as above for 001. only doubt is this labour capacity within same workcentre and the APO release in SPRO of R3 is not latest.but the issue is other workcentres with same settings for 001 and 002 are gettting generated correctly like _001 for machin as single mixed and _002 as multimixed due to several capacities for laboure capacity experts opinion are requested...

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2013 at 08:05 AM

    Dear,

    This is correct and standard behavior. As soon as one capacity has more then one individual capacities the resource must be transferred to SCM System as Multi Resource.

    Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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