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batch determination based on fifo for consumption

Hi,

I am looking for a scenario where my client moves a batch managed raw material to silo. And from there the silo is connected to machine. On goods declaration component back flushing is happening automatically.

My client is looking for the consumption in the sequence it was loaded in silo. It's fifo on silo level.

Further, if in a day they are loading 10 bags .. is sequence bag no 3,1,2,4,6,5,7,8,10,9 then theconsumption should also happen in the same sequence.

How can that be done. I made a characteristics assigned it with GR DATE of mch1. But this is working for a day posting but it's not working for the bags sequence in a day....

Rrgards

Cr

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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2015 at 07:35 AM

    Hello,

    You are correct the the standard FIFO logic works on the GR date/ Manufacturing date. Here your requirement is quite different than that. You want to consume the batches as per certain sequence in was placed in the silo or in other words issued to production. May be multiple batches are staged on same date so staging date may not be correct criteria.

    You try to build your design on this idea. I hope you are doing transfer posting from store to silo or staging the material in silo via 311. Define a new batch characteristic for the sequence. While staging assign staging sequence a running number to the batches using this char..use this characteristic in you batch determination by sorting appropriately.

    Regards

    Abhishek

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