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Cunsumption values on MRP Area

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I have a question concerning cunsumption values.

After converting my MRP storage location to MRP Area, cunsumptions values are transfered automatially? or should i do any conversion program to have the historic of cunsumptions values i had on my material master ?

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2019 at 03:29 AM

    Hello Guita

    SAP note 1832196 talks a little bit about it:

    You need to know that there are two levels for the consumptions. These are the plant level (MVER) and the MRP area level (DVER). There can be consumptions for a stock management unit in DVER and MVER. For example, if a number of storage locations are assigned to MRP areas in a specific plant, their consumptions are updated in DVER. However, if storage locations are not assigned to MRP areas in the same plant, these consumptions are stored in the table MVER. This must be taken into account when comparing to see if consumptions match material documents. You can find the assignment of plant, storage location and MRP area in the table MDLV.

    Basically, when you assign an MRP area to a material, there is no conversion between the values from table MVER to DVER, which means that the old consumption values will remain in MVER and they will not be generated in DVER. Attached to the mentioned note, you can find a report to rebuild the information from those tables, after the creation of the MRP area.

    Regads,

    Caetano

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