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dependent requiirement in apo

Dear Expert

please explain me difference between always coll requirement and possible indiv cust reqt check box in sapapo/mat1 tcode demand tab

how these are related with make to stock and make to order please explain with example

Thanks in advance

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Virender.s

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2014 at 09:49 PM

    Virender,

    Log onto SCM. Go to //MAT1. Put your cursor on those fields and press F1.

    Best Regards,

    DB49

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      Virender,

      Use of large fonts on a blog/forum is the internet equivalent of 'yelling'. Probably a good idea to save such effects for special cases.

      Does it mean that when the customer request comes then only orders are created ????

      No. It means that, depending on the other settings you select, the dependent demands which are generated by the planned orders created by the planning engine are directly linked to the sales demand; or the dependent demand may also be 'anonymous' (collective dependent requirements)

      how does it works with strategy planning with final assembly ??

      Planning with final assembly is a make-to-stock strategy; therefore all supply orders are built to support stock shortages. You do not build to support individual sales orders; these are all lumped in with any other demands and the total requirement is used to calculate shortages. In this case, it does not matter what settings you make in this field, demand will always be treated as anonymous. The system never 'sees' any sales-order-specific dependent demands, and will therefore always produce a collective dependent demand.

      Best Regards,

      DB49

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