Thank for all answer !
My colleague suggests an another solution and it's worked.
In Master Recipe we use the Material Quantity Calculation and put a formula in the material we desire to rounding off.
The formula is:
IF (Finish Product Quantities - TRUNC (Finish Product Quantities) < 0.5) THEN TRUNC (Finish Product Quantities) ELSE (Finish Product Quantities)
The function TRUNC keep an integral number .
Example: TRUNC (1.8) = 1
TRUNC (2.145) = 2
Therefore:
1. Producing 30.4 TON of Finish Product
IF (30.4 - 30 < 0.5) THEN 30 ELSE 30.4
Result: 30 unit
2. Producing 30.6 TON of Finish Product
IF (30.6 - 30 < 0.5) THEN 30 ELSE 30.6 ----> this last quantity, the SAP will behave normally, rounding up, therefore the system suggestion is 31 unit.
Result: 31 unit
Regards,
Hello
On the standard system, component quantities are always rounded up, in order to avoid material shortages.
Rounding down in case of very small quantities (0,1), means that the quantity could be rounded to zero and that would lead to a component with zero quantity, which is not desired.
Regards
Caetano
Hi
I am also working for industry where the BOM is for 1 MT but the final product is in pallet which is 1200KG or 1800KG. In this case best way is to define the BOM item qty in decimal like based on the calulation for 1200KG / 1800 KG with respect to 1000 KG.
Thanks
Kishan
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