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Is there a way we can see the list of Production Order ?

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Guys Is there a way to see the complete list of the finished production order ? including sales order and material number.

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    Posted on May 19 at 02:13 AM

    Hi

    This is the very Common Report, using the T Code : COOIS, you can get the List of Production Orders, & in the Selection Screen , you can set the Status : DLV ( to get the list of only Finished Production Orders) . Note that, if the Production Order is of MTO ( Make to Order Type), then linked Sales Order details, will get in the Output. Please find the attached screenshot, for your ref..

    Hope, this is clear. if no further questions, please close this thread. Thanks & Regards : Raja



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  • Posted on May 19 at 02:08 AM

    Hello Nav

    A list of production orders can be found in transaction COOIS. The sales order number, however, will be only shown if you are using a make-to-order scenario, since there is no direct link between the sales order and the production order in make-to-stock.

    You can use transaction CO46, where system tries to build the link between the sales order and the production order.

    Regards,
    Caetano Almeida

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  • Posted on May 19 at 11:53 AM

    Hello,

    You can create a Variant by including all materials of particular material type in COOIS and execute the COOIS with that variant.

    Or use BAdI WORKORDER_INFOSYSTEM method AT_SELECTION_SCREEN to add Material type as selection field.

    Best Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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