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Plant determination Issue

Dear Team,

I am facing small issue regarding plant determination in sales documents,

In customer master (500035) ( only one ship to party) Plant is- HYD1 maintained

In Material-X Plant is HYD1

In Material-Y plant Is HYD2 ( it is also extended in plant HYD1 )

No Customer Master Info Record maintained and no user exit are maintained for plant determination,

Issue is- When users creat sales order for customer 500035 with materials X & Y in single sales document, HYD1 & HYD2 Plants determining respective materials instead of Plant HYD1.

Both materials belongs to different divisions,

As per my knowledge system should consider CMIR>CM>MM.

What are the other parameter should i consider to solve this is issue,

Thanking you,

Sudheer,U

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 08:34 AM

    Hi Sudheer,

    In a standard (meaning w/o any Industry Solutions package being implemented) scenario, only these three criteria would be considered for plant determination. May be in your case, the plant is originally available in HYD2 and is just extended to the other plant and hence the determination happens for HYD2 for the Mat Y.

    Regards


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    • Former Member

      Dear Raj,

      Thanks for your early reply,

      As per standard behavior of system, in my case plant should be determine from customer master, but it is picking from material master.

      why system giving preference to material master instead of customer master?


      Is there any settings to change the priority to determine plant in to sales documents.


      Thanking you,


      Sudheer.U

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 17, 2016 at 06:52 AM

    Closing threat with out solution

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