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MRP Rescheduling Error with quota arrangement

Hi i have a problem when using a Quota arrangement in MRP. When i use NME59N to order,the system proposes to bring the first vendor 100% for a month and then the next supplier for a minimal share the following month. the quota is available clearly in PR'S but when converted to PO'S the rescheduling takes the first po as a referrece instead the assigned PR'S.Can any one help me sorting out this?

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  • Posted on Jul 17, 2014 at 06:42 PM

    Hi Arun,

    I am trying to understand your problem.

    You are using Quota arrangement, let's say for one material and you have two possible sources (vendors). Correct?

    Once the MRP is executed, do you see in MD04 requisitions assigned to both vendors?

    ME59N should create the POs based on the requisitions that you see in MD04. Is this the problem?

    Thanks and Regards,

    Mariano Cabalen

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    • So your options here will be:

      - MM02: Control how the requisitions are created in the MRP by playing with the MRP parameters: lot size, minimim lot size, etc. This way you can reduce the number of requisitions. For example, lot size WB will create 1 requisition per week, MB will create 1 requisition per month, etc.

      - ME59N: Control how the requisitions are grouped in the PO createion by playing with the parameters.

      Thanks and Regards,

      Mariano C

  • Posted on Jul 17, 2014 at 06:48 PM

    Hi Arun

    Please observe that the rescheduling check does not consider the quota arrangement at all.

    Quota arrangement is only considered during the creation of a new replenishment proposal by MRP.

    BR

    Caetano

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