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Capacity check during Planned order to production order conversion

Hello Gurus,

I have a strange situation during capacity check.

While Converting the planned order to Production order, I release the order and I don't get any warning. All work centers are available

But for the same material/quantity/dates, if I create the Production order manually, release it, system check the capacity and I got the message the Capacity Over loaded (which is correct also as there are overload on the work centers).

My question is why I am not getting this message while converting the planned order to production order.

There are overload on the work centers and manual creation of Production order is working fine, but problem is during planned order to production order conversion.

For information, I have maintained Finite scheduling indicator in OPKP, capacity availability indicator "NO CHECK" is also blank in OPJK.

It will be grateful if you can please help me here.

Thanks in advance,

Sandeep Kumar

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  • Posted on Jul 04, 2014 at 05:38 AM

    Hi Caetano,

    Thank you for your feedback.

    Yes, it is the same order type.


    Sandeep Kumar

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    • Hi KK,

      I have maintained both business function in OPJK as capacity checked.

      the strange thing is that I got this problem only during conversion of planned order, not while creating the production order.

      I have checked the Note mentioned by you.

      I believe it is not relevant as my problem is capacity check during conversion.

      Thanks for your efforts and time.

      Best regards,

      Sandeep Kumar

  • Posted on Jul 03, 2014 at 11:20 AM

    Hi Sandeep

    Are you sure that you are using the same order type during conversion and manual conversion?



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