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Badi MD_ADD_ELEMENTS

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Badi MD_ADD_ELEMENTS is used to include a new user-defined MRP element. I have the requirement of adding an element to Long Term Planning MRP in order to capture the Safety Stock when this is automatically updated by my MRP in a Long-Term Planning scenario. I have not seen/find any example showing the steps of such implementation. Does anyone have any instructions on hoe to do this?


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Nikos

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 10:09 AM

    Anybody? Any thoughts, opinions, inputs to this?

    It is a really urgent requirement.

    Many thanks and best regards,

    Nikos

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    • Former Member Caetano Almeida

      No, sorry, i might not have explained my requirement correctly. My materials do already have safety stock, which is static (entered by the purchasing department). Now, in LTP, i have set a scenario up where i run a different kind of MRP type, which MRP type allows for automatic calculation of safety stock, which is then uploaded to material master.

      What i have found out, is that safety stock value which is calculated in LTP overrides the value that already exists in material master (the static one, set by purchasing). If it keeps on going like this, i will have to reset the safety stock every time after my LTP scenario is executed.

      Therefore, i am looking for a solution where safety stock will be computed automaticaly, it will be displayed, it will take part on the MRP calculation, but it will not be uploaded in the material master; it will only be confided withing LTP scenario.

      Best personal regards and many thanks,

      Nikos

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