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Past period incoming orders quantity and open product allocation quantity fields not updating correctly

Hello All!

While actual scheduling is consistent with the available allocation (for a supply program STD), the past periods incoming orders quantity & open product allocation is not being updated per the scheduling.

I have set up the material in mc62 (s701) and mc94 (zs701) in the same manner.

The current period is updated, just not the past periods.

Please look at the attached picture, hope it will be more clear to understand my problem. I also have a 4.5b system where the allocation works as expected, but I have problems with 6.07 version. May you can advise the settings I can compare, please write the transaction or table name.

To make it more clear- inside transaction MC95 I can see that only current period is updated with the information from sales-order, not past periods at all.

Help you a lot for your help!

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  • Posted on Oct 05, 2016 at 05:34 PM

    Hi Aliaksander,

    I am struggling to get the Open Prod Alloc Qty in MC94. How did you get that to work?

    I have incoming order qty, Prod Alloc Qty and Open prod Alloc Qty in my infostructure. I was expecting that the system would calculate the Open prod Alloc qty but it is not doing it.

    Can you please help me out?



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    • Thanks x xk for the response.

      I did create it in MC8A. The thing is even though it is a default macro it gets executed only when I open the Planning Type and go to the exact level and save it. If I don't do that my infostructure has wrong values.

      Unfortunately even after doing all thia and getting a negative Open PA qty, I get confirmation again for the same date(maybe that is another problem).

      Can you help me out?

      Thanks again,


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