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MRP for some Plants

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I have a question: How to set up MRP in SAP For / hana system so that it can take into account the free balances of some Plants stock? MRP typically takes into account only one Plant free stock.

When launching MRP, we need to check the material balance within several Plant warehouses, or if I run MRP 1321 - Plant and N001 material is not in any of these Plant warehouses, then the system should check other 13 * Plants and form a procurement application accordingly. .
We put MRP on the "Planning Area" which includes "Area MRPs", which in turn include warehouses according to "Plants"
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