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How to change the BOM status of the specific line item in the Production Order.


Please follow the screenshot below.

Somebody has set the DLT indicator flag on the BOM material.

Not able to UNDO the deletion flag.

Please guide.

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    Posted on Aug 27 at 02:46 AM


    You can not reverse the delete indicator once production order released.

    Question: You delete a component in a released production order or process order. This component remains in the order and receives only the deletion indicator (DLT). Why is the component not deleted completely?

    Answer:The component is deleted completely only if the order has not yet been released. Once the order is released, deleted components are not removed completely, rather they remain in the order with the deletion indicator for documentation purposes.
    When you use the OCM process, however, this does not apply. Refer to the FAQ 1887717 for OCM for further details.

    1808922 - FAQ: Components in the production order and process order

    Best Regards,


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  • Posted on Aug 27 at 02:35 AM

    Hello Nav Saini!

    You cannot undo. You need to use CO02 and add the materials back to the order with the desired quantities and any other required settings.

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  • Posted on Aug 28 at 02:04 AM

    Hi Mr Saini

    You can reset the production order component as per BOM with the "Read PP Master data " functionality. Path CO02>Function > Read PP Master data. it will bring the production order in created status.You will be need to release it again.

    Plz ensure material should not issued be in production order .if material is already issued then it has be reverse. During functionality "Read PP master data " system will ask for new BOM & Routing date .Keep it Current OR system date.


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