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capacity availability check in ECC

Hi,

Has anyone successfully implemented capacity availability check in ECC ? ....the one where you use SAPSFCG013 as the overall profile for production orders. I am trying to see if there are any major holes in the solution. I am aware that PPDS is the way to go and it is very feature rich but for a customer who is interested in single level capacity check what are the watch outs for in ECC capacity check ? I am not looking for any fancy heuristics based solution. Please dont ask me to read online help as I have read it multiple times.

Thanks

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 03:56 AM

    GS,

    Holes? The ECC capacity solution has been installed and used successfully in countless implementations. It does exactly what it is designed to do.

    So, I turn your question back to you. What exactly does your client want? Since you have read the online help, you should already know what the solution offers (and what it doesn't offer). Does this solution meet the client's requirements? Are there any 'holes' (gaps) with the standard solution that cannot be filled with enhancements?

    Best Regards,

    DB49

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      DB49,

      I havent got to the client requirement as yet. I know it sounds crazy but here we are actually doing system demos and then the client will decide what they want to do. Not in favor of the approach but I am just small fish...so I go with the flow. Anyways I got my answer. Thanks.

  • Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 10:53 AM

    Hi,

    Yes. Used it. It shows the over load and there is a possibility to level the capacity also.

    Any specific question you have?

    Regards,

    Krish.

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