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Serial Numbering in Repetitive Manufacturing

Dear All

Has some one worked with the serial number magement in repetitive manufacturing. where semifinished material having serial number is consumed and a finished product is produced with serial number.

i was trying with repetetive manufacture in it in tcode MFBF the components that need to be backflushed are displayed in goods movements but there is no provision for selecting the serial number of the issue components.

If only finished product has serial numbering system gives a pop up at the backflushing screen asking for serial numbers for Good receipt.

How to map such a scenario in Repetitive manufacturing.

Or this scenario has to be mapped into discrete manufacturing only.

please suggest

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    Posted on Sep 14, 2006 at 09:46 PM

    Hi,

    I can give you some input on the Serial number wise manufacturing.

    1.In the material master we need to have seriaisation profile

    2.Also we need to determine if the same is be genearated Automatic

    Mandatory entry

    Optional entry

    3.So with this when you do the backflushing the seral number willbe created.

    4As far as i know the serialnumber wise consumption is little typica.AS the serial number is not a tag for the stock like a batch or special stock.

    need to test for this .

    5.Apart for the serial number Assighnmnet can be done with my point 1 to 3.

    Reg

    DSk

    Let me know if this innformation was useful

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 08:39 AM

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