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bom component in sub contracting purchase requisition

Hello All,

I have a situation.

I have a material (sub-contratced) which I buy from two vendors. Also,this Material has two BOMs.

Requirement :

Post MRP the system should propose procurement proposal where the material is

procured from both vendors with different BOMs.

So we have created Production versions. also quota arrangement has been

implemented.

Issue :

MRP is proposing subcontracting purchase requisitions from both of the vendors with different production versions and quantities. The subcontracting purchase requisitions are not having BOM components assigned

in one of the purchase requisitions. But if we go in change mode ME52n, and press the explode BOM icon in the material data TAB BOM components reappear..

Please help understanding why this behavior and how we can fix this if possible.

-Vivek

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  • Posted on Jun 02, 2014 at 11:33 AM

    Hello Vivek

    Please make sure that the notes listed on the following document are implemented on your system:

    Problems with BOM explosion on MRP (exception message 52, exception message 53, performance...)

    These notes are corrections for program errors that may affect the BOM explosion on MRP on a scenario where production versions are used, therefore, you should implement them and test your scenario again.

    BR

    Caetano

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  • Posted on Jun 02, 2014 at 01:32 PM

    Hi Vivek,

    Could you please check your Production Version or BOM validity period? or

    You can also check the BOM status, whether In-active?

    Message was edited by: Hrishi J One more thing, as you have stated that you are using the Production version you can maintain the Production version number in sub-contract info record and then process the MRP again.


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    Posted on Jun 04, 2014 at 09:07 AM

    Experts, Please advise on this issue.

    Vivek

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