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How to link the Indvidual orders

Dear All,

Suppose there is an order ORD1 for Material MAT1

Under that order, we have ORD2 for MAT2 ,

ie.

MAT1 - > ORD1

|_ MAT2 - > ORD2

|_ MAT3 - > ORD3 ..

In the order table caufv, ORD2 and ORD3 doesn't have lead Order or superior order ...

In otherwords Special Procurement type "52" is not maintained in Material Master ( MRP2 ).

In a report we need to establish the relationship between the orders..

ie, we need to identify the parent orders of ORD3 ..

How can we do that ? Kindly give me suggestions ...

Thanking you,

Shankar

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2005 at 08:34 AM

    Dear All,

    Is the requirement clear for you ? If you need any clarifications, Please get back to me .

    This is urgent .So, please help me at the earliest ...

    Thanking you in advance,

    Shankar

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2005 at 08:47 AM

    hi,

    in CAUFV check the field LEAD_AUFNR

    cheers,

    sasi

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      Dear Sasikumar,

      The Lead_aufnr contains data only if Special Proc type is maintained as "Collective Order " in material master. In our case, we are not going to maintain it anymore . So, the newly created orders will not have any LEAD_AUFNR. My question is "How to get the network of orders without using "LEAD_AUFNR" and "MAUFNR" .

      Please help me.

      Regards,

      Shankar

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