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Backflush at Line level for planned orders at Machine level


Planned Orders: Created 2 orders(1000 cases each) at Machine Level, with Machine 1 at Line 1 and Machine 2 at Line 2. (Note: Both Machines and Lines are created as Production Versions)

Backflush: Consumption is done at Line 1(NOT machine Level) for 2500 cases together.


Planned Order at Line 2 also consumed up.


The Planned Order at Line 2 should not be consumed.


Checked the REM Profile, if I uncheck the last box for Plus planned Orders assigned to other versions, this will then not consume the PLOs created at the Machine level when backflushing at the Line level instead.

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  • Posted on Oct 20, 2015 at 05:44 AM


    For your REM profile in OSP2 active the tick of Reduces all the planned orders assigned to version.

    In that case system reduces all the planned orders assigned to the production version of the material specified. Do not set other two check box and test the same.

    Best Regards,


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    • Former Member

      Hi R,

      That I had checked already and did not work because the Planned Orders were created at Machine Level and Consumption was done at Line level, so the Planned Orders remained unconsumed.



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