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SAP Cutover

Hi,

We have SAP upgrade cut over scheduled.

Is there a way to block off calendar for few days so production does not plan these as working days since SAP will be down.


Thanks,

Sankar.N

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2014 at 04:22 PM

    Hello

    On transaction SCAL you can define "special rules" for your factory calendar, creating a period of non-working days.

    Best regards

    Caetano Almeida

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    • Hello Sankar,

      Yes, Production not plan for day's which you maintained as non working day's through Special rule of SCAL in plant, But make sure there is no other Factory calendar assign to workcenter.

      Planning calendar depend on the factory calendar. If you have already maintained the planning calendar in system then you need to update the planning calendar so all non working day's updated in planning calendar, but if you not maintained any planing calendar in system in that case system consider directly factory calendar.

      I hope this information helpful to you

      Regards

      Umesh Mali

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 08:25 AM

    Hi

    Please check the Factory calender assigned to the plant, and to that factory calender in SCAL you can maintain the date range as 'Non Working days' where your SAP system will be down.

    you can uncheck the Workdays checkbox if any days specially maintained.

    or also you can maintain these days as Holidays in this particular Year.

    with the these settings in SCAL configuration SAP will not plan production for the maintained period.

    Please let us know if you need any further information.


    Regards

    Ravindra

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 04:23 PM

    Thanks to All.

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