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TRLT added in Req. date of material reservation while ATP check in SO

Hi Gurus,

He have using a setup, where the in sales order item s.loc. is entered (e.g. 2000) in plant 1000.

MRP area is assigned to this material and 1000-QWE (st.loc 2000).

Whenever customer requirement is coming on this MRp area , material reservation is created (as per SPK) and stock is supposed to transfer from plant to this MRP area.

Say, in MD04 for material / MRp area , sales order is having a delivery date of 12th May.

After MRP run , transfer reservation is created for the for equal qty as SO and req. date is 12th may (GRis 0 day).

Material is manufactured in plant and having TRLT =30 days

What is strange is, in ATP check in the SO , system is adding 30 days in req. date of reservation and whatever date comes , gives it as a promise date and create schedule line.

My expectation is , it should not add 30 days and give a promise date =req. date of material reservation.

Please advice the reason?? is it standard?? any notes for it??

Many Thanks!!

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  • Posted on May 12, 2015 at 06:37 AM

    Hello Umang,

    You are considering the replenishment lead time in the ATP check.

    Check MRP area field in sales document items (VBAP-BERID) is updated.

    Please implement OSS note 1389127 - MRP Areas: Special procurement type not considered in CO09

    In transaction CO09 the reservations (MtlRes) are displayed with MRP area

    Best Regards,


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