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Single Purchase Req. Creation in MRP Run for varios dependent requirements

Good day SAP experts

I have a question, when i run the MPS for the hole plant there are some FERTs that share the same packaging material , for example Ferts: 10001, 10002, 10003 and 10004 share the same package material with number 300100, whats happening right now is that when the Ferts generate a dependant requirement for the packaging material for example each FERT needs 10,000 EA when we run the MRP the system is generating 4 Purchase Req for the same material 300100:

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Mat:300100

plant:2010

date           MRP/el        MRP element data           Reqmt   unit

20.12.14   PurReq          4500012634/00010          10,000   EA

20.12.14   PurReq          4500012635/00010          10,000   EA

20.12.14   PurReq          4500012636/00010          10,000   EA

20.12.14   PurReq          4500012637/00010          10,000   EA

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The thing is i need that when i run the MRP instead of having all those Pur Req i need the system to generate just One Pur Req for the total , that is:

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Mat:300100

plant:2010

date           MRP/el        MRP element data           Reqmt   unit

20.12.14    PurReq          4500012630/00010          40,000   EA

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how can i achieve this?, can i do it with configuration or Bapis or with material master data?, thank you in advance for your kind help.

Kind Regards.

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  • Jan 08, 2015 at 10:51 PM

    MODERATOR MESSAGE: This question has been asked several times on this forum and this system behavior is also described on the MRP consulting and FAQ notes.

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