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SAP PP-PI sheets

Hello Guru's,

I want to create PI-sheet for process order i have searched about it in sdn but not able to get step by step procedure to create PI sheets.

please tell me the complete procedure step by step to create PI sheets with T-codes.

Regards,

Dheeraj Rawal

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    Posted on Sep 05, 2013 at 07:54 AM

    Hi Dheeraj,

    Kindly check the document shared below in SCN:

    http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-41295

    I think it will help you.

    Best Regards,

    Rajen

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    • Hi Dheeraj,

      Go to master recipe select phase and operation then goto in top-select process management - process instruction-here you maintain process instruction category.

      Then select process instruction -go to characteristic overview- maintain characteristics and values here.

      Create process order- generate control recipe-.

      Then go to CO53XT - enter plant here- click on cretaed, sent

      This screen will come

      click on send here.

      then go to CO60XT

      Click on work instruction - screen will be executed maintain PI sheet. maintain and save it.

      If anything please revert back.

      Thanks,

      Biplob

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  • Posted on Sep 05, 2013 at 12:54 PM

    Hi Dhreej,

    To specify the PI that is to be generated in the process order when control recipe is created for the control recipe destination. There are steps to be performed such as

    1) Define control recipe destinations
    2) Assign PI Categories
    3) Set process instructions to be generated automatically

    Basic steps in PP-PI:
    1.(a) In the master recipe, process instructions are attached to the phases.
    b) While creating a process order, the control recipe will be created, which will contain the process instruction.
    c) control recipe will be sent to a proper destination and control recipe will be sent back to the process order and instructions with the data will be available
    2) Define profile with default values
    3) Assign Material Types
    4) Define Recipe Status
    5) Define Recipe Usage
    6) Define Priority Sequence for auto recipe selection
    7) Define Order types
    8) Define Order type Dependent parameter
    9) Define Number Ranges
    10) Process Management
    11) Transport Management characteristics
    12) Transport Predefined Messages characteristics
    13) Define & setup control recipe destination
    14) Define process messages characteristics
    15) Define & setup message destination
    16) Define & setup process message characteristics
    17) Define Process Instruction

    These above configuration steps are compulsory maintained in the IMG activity.

    Regards

    Diwakar


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    • Hi Dheeraj,

      Before creating PI cockpit you have to do some config.

      You have to assgin

      Phase 0020 Process Order : 123456

      Planned Quantity :

      Confirmed Quantity :

      Unit of Measurement :

      in process instruction category. T/code- O12C

      Check APHASE_1, AORD_1, PH_CON - copy required characteristics for phase, process order, planned qty, confirm qty, unit of measurement and make one Z- process instruction category.

      Assign this Z- process instruction category to Master Recipe - select phase and operation then in the top go-to process management process instruction. - Assign Z-process instruction category here what you have just created.

      Now create process order, before release update charactertistic value like issue item, batch etc , then release process order, generate control recipe.

      Process order, phase, qty will be automatically update in PI cockpit.

      Please do it carefully. If anything pl. revert back.

      Thanks,

      Biplob

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