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MD04 excluding receipts from coverage calculation

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is there any way to exclude purchase orders from material coverage calculation, that would fire exception 40 if there is no coverage from stock. I would like check exception 40 for red traffic light in settings. Im only interested in actual stock with just overview for receipts without including them in actual coverage (option with filters wont do the trick) . I have set ATP profile for order create and relese in OPJJ with receipts excluded and it works perfectly in CO09. I have assigned one of those ATP control profiles in MD04 checking rule and its getting right in available quantity but when I switch to period totals, there is sum of stock with purchase order which I cant get rid of from coverage calculation and exception 40 is not getting triggered. I also tried switch of most of the options in OMIL with no results on exception 40.


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  • Posted on Jul 14, 2020 at 02:45 PM

    Hello Elvir Dogic

    You could use selection rule in MD04 or MD07:

    Selection rules are defined in the following configuration path: Production -> Materials Requirements Planning -> Evaluation -> Filter -> Define Selection Rules.

    A selection rule defines MRP elements and stock as well as selection horizon to be considered when displaying stock/requirements list and calculating quantity available and stock coverage.

    Notice that filters work pretty much the same as selection rules but they don't affect any calculations, only what is displayed in stock/requirements list.

    Make sure to read the documentation of the configuration.

    Best regards

    Dominik Tylczynski

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  • Posted on Jul 17, 2020 at 07:21 AM

    Thank you sir.

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