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Goods Receipt Processing Time not updated in Planned Orders

Hello Experts,

I maintained a value for GR Processing Time in Material Master and when I create a Production Order directly (CO01), the GRP Processing Time is updated correctly in the order.

However when a Planned Order is created from a Sales Order or created directly (/CAB/MD61), the GR Processing Time is not updated in the Planned Order and consequently when the latter is converted to Production Order, the GR Processing is not updated also.

I would like to know what customization must be done so that the GR Processing Time takes the value from the Material Master when a Planned Order is created directly or from a Sales Order.

Note that I am using SAP 4.6C Mill Product, Cable Solution.

Thanks.

Nazim

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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 08:54 AM

    Hello,

    looking to ERP 6.0 Online help, the GR time should be considered: Scheduling: In-House Production: Calculating Basic Dates http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp60_sp/helpdata/en/88/abce5314894208e10000000a174cb4/content.htm


    If your problem is related to any special R/3 customizing or an product error (maybe in combination with the CS Add-on), I can not judge.


    You are using SAP R/3 4.6C release with the Cable Solution add-on, which is out of maintenance.

    Product Version SAP R/3 4.6C

    End of Mainstream Maintenance: 31.12.2006

    End of Extended Maintenance: 31.03.2013

    Source: Product Availability Matrix


    In general, you can create an SAP error message / ticket. Due to end of maintenance you will be charged by hour for a root cause analysis.


    See also details in SAP note: 52505 - Support after end of mainstream/extended maintenance

    http://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/52505


    Greetings, Stefan

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