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Consumption of unrestricted stock for MTO

Hi All,

I have a scenario where the material is maintained as a MTO scenario and demand is planned using the requirement type VSEM.

I have unrestricted stock for the same material which is a non special stock.

Currently when the Sales order is consuming the demand created, but my issue is the MRP is not considering the unrestricted stock.

Is there any way by which the unrestricted stock can also be considered during the MRP run..?



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    Posted on Sep 15, 2015 at 09:20 AM


    In MTO system will plan in individual customer segment, it won't consider the normal unrestricted stock in standard SAP. You can allocate the existing stock to the customer order by using movement type 412 E or 413 and after that take MRP run.

    Or you can try the BAdi MD_CHANGE_MRP_DATA method CHANGE_MDPSX_MSSA Change data when importing sales order stock change the entry for sales order stock in table MDPSX via the specified structure IM_MDPS with your own custom logic.

    Best Regards,


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    • Hi Joseph,

      For achieving this requirement why you need any BADI..Through standard SAP you can maintain

      this right i.e.

      if you maintain the planning strategy 10 (Purely MTS) system will consider the unrestricted stock against demand once you run the MRP through availability check

      there is no sales order involvement here(system will not even consider the sales order for MRP i.e. sales order will be used for delivering the stock to the customer

      I want only the demand to consider the unrestricted quantity and reduce the demand :

      The demand will gets reduce once the PGI 601 movement has done.

      Similarly while run the MRP system will consider the unrestricted stock and generate the proposals for the remaining demand quantity only..



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