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Planned Order finish date takes more time for higher Quantity sale order

HI

We are having an issue for a specific material.The problem is that when we create a sale order for 20k or 30 K the finish date of planned order comes after 2 years but when we are using sale order of lesser quantity like 20 pcs or 30 pcs it is generating planned order finish date correctly.Any suggestion on why this is happening or how to fix it?

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    Former Member
    Oct 30, 2015 at 07:34 AM

    HI,

    Thanks found the sol base quantity for maintained was too low
    Thanks for the help

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      we were using lot size dependent inhouse production time base quantity given in work scheduling view was very low so it was taking more time for higher qty order

  • Oct 29, 2015 at 04:42 PM

    Hello Karan

    It means that the lead time for such quantity is too long and, in order to avoid a planned order starting in the past, system uses today as the start date, scheduling the planned order forward.

    I suggest you to check the in-house production time defined on tab work scheduling or the times defined on the routing, if  you are using detailed scheduling.

    If it is OK for you to have a planned order starting in the past, then you can change the respective customizing on transaction OPPQ.


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    Caetano

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    • Former Member

      Hello Caetano,

      Thanks for the reply

      We are using t-code md03 and scheduling as 1(basic dates will be determined for the Plan) not lead time scheduling so routing time should not effect planned order dates .correct?also it is working ok for lesser qauantity order

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    Former Member
    Oct 30, 2015 at 05:18 AM

    Hi,

    As per your standard value in routing the lead time is longer. You may use REDUCTION STRATEGY or ADJUST THE VALUES IN SCHEDULE MARGIN KEY or CAN USE PARALLEL PROCESSING or SPLIT PROCESS or OVERLAPPING PROCEDURES to meet sales order dates.

    If need use ALTERNATE ROUTING via PRODUCTION VERSIONS.

    Thanks With Regards,

    Dinesh Kumar V.

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      Hi,

      Maintained In-house production time is in MRP 2 view or Work Scheduling view ?

      Your In-house Lotsize & UOM?

      Is your Order start Date OK ?

      What is the conversion factor b/w UOM "K" & "PC" ?

      Thanks With Regards,

      Dinesh Kumar V.