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Forecast MD61 with PBOM and consume with Service Orders

Hello,

I would like your assistance,

My wish forecast consumption with MD61, I would provide my monthly consumption on PBOM.

SAP will explode PBOM, create purchase requests on childs.

Then I would create orders services indicating the real consumption of childs.

SAP will reduce the estimated versus actual consumption for each month.

This is possible?

Maybe replace Service Orders by Sales Orders, but I must indicate consumption on Childs and not on the PBOM.

Thanks in advance if you can support me.

Damien

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  • Posted on Sep 07, 2016 at 01:45 PM

    Hi,

    Can you specified against PBOM means production BOM

    can YOU elaborate following

    Thanks & Regards

    Sandeep Kumar Praharaj


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    • Hi,

      I have checked the document you putting Demand against a WBS & also raising the sales order against WBS.

      I have never tried this kind of scenario but you can try like this Individual & collective indicator as 2.

      If that didn't work than try for Strategy 61 or 60

      For that you have to create a planning material mention it in MRP 3 view

      than create demand of planning material & raise the sales order Finished material.

      it is consume the requirement & it will appear in MD73 Report.

      For the refernce this document is available in scn

      Concept on Consumption and Reduction

      Thanks & Regards

      Sandeep Kumar Praharaj

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