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Is there a t-code for running all MRP exceptions by vendor, like ME57 for all new purchase orders?

Ideally I would like to have all my exceptions and new demand on the same screen.

I currently run ME57 which consolidates all my new purchase orders by vendor.

I also then run MD04 for a list of all exceptions, but it is not possible to sort by vendor.

Is there a T-code for exceptions by vendor?

Is there any T-code / way to consolidate exceptions and new demand by vendor?

thanks

Mike

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2015 at 12:09 PM

    Correct, they are requisitions.

    Is there a screen in SAP that consolidates exceptions by bendor?

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  • Posted on Aug 10, 2015 at 09:11 PM

    I can't believe that ME57 consolidates purchase orders, as it reads only requisitions.

    Do all your requisitions have a source assignment? If you have MRP exceptions then you probably do not have requisitions at all, and without requisition no source assignment.

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2015 at 03:30 AM

    If you're talking about MRP exception messages, then you can do this by supplier via MD07.

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      Our company has at least triple the suppliers and 10X the parts, and they handle exception messages via MD07 process.... Some do it via vendor, other MRP groups etc... The key is they are only checking/acting on the critical "RED" parts as defined by their messages so they are not consumed, and finding ways to resolve issues with reoccuring suppliers/parts.

      You will need to build a report as per your need, but I'm not sure if that will truely resolve the issues if no one is disciple to follow an exception process other defined in MD07.


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