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MTTR/ MTBR REPORT

WHILE USING T-CODE "MCJB"; I NOTICED THAT FIRST BREAKDOWN IN A MONTH IS NOT TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION WHILE CALCULATING "TOTAL LENGTH OF BREAK DOWN".

I UNDERSTOOD WHY ITS NOT TAKEN IN ACCOUNT IN CASE OF MTBR, BUT I DIDNT UNDERSTOOD THAT WHY FIRST BREAKDOWN IS NOT CONSIDERD IN CALCULATING MTTR.

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FIRST DOWN TIME OF DURATION 8.84 HR IS NOT TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT

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    Apr 11, 2016 at 10:22 PM

    rahul

    The reason is already mentioned in the picture you posted. When the Start-up date of the Equipment Master is not filled (Filed shown in the picture below IE02 ), then it happens. In this case the first Breakdown Date is treated as the Start-up date, so consumed that way.

    Please go through this document for other details in this regard. MTTR / MTBR / Breakdown Analysis Information System Overview

    Good luck

    KJogeswaraRao


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  • Apr 11, 2016 at 06:18 PM

    rahul anandgaonkar,

    Moving it to Enterprise Asset Management (SAP EAM) may generate more favorable replies.

    Thanks

    Ritesh

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  • Apr 12, 2016 at 05:52 AM

    Rahul,

    Because you are few days old member to SCN, possible that you need this information. You are supposed to close the discussions opened by you after they reach logical conclusions or when you feel that further responses won't come.

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    So far you have authored 2 discussions. So apply the above at right time.

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