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Over Consumption And Under Consumption in a Production Order

Dear Sir :

How can I manage an over-consumption and under-consumption in Production Order ?

For Example :

As per your BOM....you have to issue 10kg. of Grease to your Production Order for assembling of your FG. Now after completion of the Assembling, you found that only 9kg. of Grease only used for your assembling and 1kg of Grease is still lying.

Now you have to take back the balance in SAP.

How ?

Need explanation for Over-consumption too..

Thanks With Regards,

Dinesh Kumar V.

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  • Posted on May 19, 2015 at 12:32 PM

    Hi Dinesh,

    This is the case where component exact consumption is not know, In such cases the consumption of component only booked after the actual consumption. Like in this case user will weight reimaning Grease and book the actual consumption in system. Backflush scenario is not recommended in this case.

    You will get nice report in COOIS for expected and actual consumption for such material.

    Regards,

    Shekhar

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  • Posted on May 19, 2015 at 12:44 PM

    1)work scheduling view you have to maintain tolerance level it will be copied into order

    2) opk4 confirmation parameter you should allow without check

    ganapathy


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  • Posted on May 19, 2015 at 02:41 PM

    Dinesh,
    As already mentioned try with manual goods issue rather than automatic goods issue through back flush based on actual consumption.

    BR
    KK

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