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Collective order with manual good receipt

Dear all,

I have a very specific demand from my Customer, and I need your help.

My Customer is working in food industry and uses Collective Order from their production planning process.

This solutions helps them to plan and Schedule their orders, they dont need to create, and release orders one by one, etc...

BUT once the release is done, they would need to "come back" to a manual good receipt for each level of the collective order.

Do you have a solution ? The co-product declaration (531) does not respond to their need.

Considering that a standard SAP solution does not exist, which specific would you advise ?

Thanks a lot for your support.

Pierre

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2015 at 10:55 AM

    Hi Pirerre,

    First thing

    1. your case is Collective Orders Without Automatic Goods Movements.But SAP always recommends the use of collective orders with automatic goods movements.

    For Your Kind Information: Settlement rule for Collective orders w/o Automatic Goods Movements:

    When you create production orders, the system automatically generates a settlement rule and a hierarchy number for each production order.

    The hierarchy number specifies the sequence in which the orders are settled.

    A. The settlement rules of the dependent orders assign the order costs to the respective higher-level order.

    B. The settlement rule of the leading order assigns the order costs to the following receivers:

    2. Did you given spl.procurement type E - 52 for superior material in MRP 2 View.

    3. Check in MRP4 View: BOM explosion/dependent requirements: Individual/coll. - Select/Choose: 2: Collective requirements only

    4. are you enabled 'auto GR option'.

    5. check whether backflush indicator is set in all parameters.

    6. Kindly, check in OPK4 - change view 'Parameters for order confirmation': Overview

    Control Data:


    Process Control:

    Choose according your req:

    PX1 Conf. Processes Immediately updated

    PX2 Conf. Processes later with job

    PX3 Backflushing/autom.goods issue per job

    Checks:

    Operation Sequence: select ' Termination when operation sequence is not adhered to'.

    Good Movements

    Place the 'tickmark' All Components

    Please let me know

    Regards,

    Vivek

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2015 at 05:42 AM

    Hi

    To do the manual GR in the collective order processing you have to deactivate the ''Coll. Order with Goods movements'' indicator in the order type configuration settings.

    Satya


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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2015 at 10:16 AM

    Hello,

    AS per standard SAP in collective order you have to confirm all the levels of order as the good receipts to the low level order post as good issue to higher level order.

    Confirmation of the collective orders just like the normal production orders.


    Best Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2015 at 12:10 PM

    Hi,

    In the collective order process, when you confirm the child order GR for child order and GI for Parent order takes place.

    Satya.


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      Hi

      If you have

      1) BOM with A (FERT), B(HALB) and C(ROH)

      2) you have to maintain sp.key in MRP2 view for B(HALB)

      3) when you create production order for A(FERT), SAP also creates the Prod.Order for B(HALB) also.

      4) you have to do the GI (MB1C) for B(HALB) production order, then u have to do Confirmation with co15 ( here you have to do partial confirmation for the B(HALB) production order). at the time of confirmation GR will be posted for same qty. GI will be posted for A(FERT) material.

      execute with these steps

      Note in the routing of B(HALB), for last operation u have to maintain control key with Auto GR.

  • Posted on Dec 07, 2015 at 02:01 PM

    Hello,

    Will using a control key with automatic goods receipt on the last operation, solve your problem ?

    You do not need to do any GR then.

    Best Regards,

    Ameya B.

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2015 at 12:09 PM

    Hi Pierre,

    Adding additional inputs along with Mr.R ,

    You can unmarked the flag by using t.code. OPJH ( Maintain Production Order Types ).

    Finally, you can do good receipt with order - MB31.

    Hope it will work.

    Regards,

    Vivek

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    • Hello,

      Error message C6022 'No GR possible: Order & is part of collective order &'.

      In the collective order you enter a confirmation for the upper order before confirming the low level order. You should confirm all the order in sequence. IF error handling for goods movements" indicator is set in Customizing of the confirmation parameters.

      Best Regards,

      R.Brahmankar

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