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MRP generated STR's


If I have PIRs for 10.2014, 11.2014 and 12.2014. I run MRP in 10.2014, it creates PRs (STRs) against each PIR for the month. They don't convert those MRP generated STRs to STOs and create them manually to fulfill plant requirement. Stock builds up. then it's sold off. plant stock comes down again. I run MRP again in 11.2014 with 11, 12 and 01.2015 (10.2014 is already there still as LLSF PIR), MRP again puts up STR (PR) against 10.2014 PIR. How do I deal with this? This shouldnt happen

It would be great if someone could explain all this to me.


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    Posted on Dec 09, 2014 at 07:05 AM

    Hi Bilal,

    As per my understanding, though you have PIR for the month of Oct.2014 which generated PR's(STR's) after MRP run, but again as you said STR/ STO has been created manually to fullfill the plant requirement, made the stocks and sold off. That means it is clear that PIR quantity has not been processed in terms of STR/STO and MIGO to get the Stocks to come in yet, hence requirement is still there from PIR end, So system is looking for the demand which is falling in Oct and giving you the STR's.during the MRP run.

    Can you also provide the Procurement type and strategy group of that material.

    Thanks & Regards

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