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Im working on a REM environment.

I have a problem in the Capacity Planning

1.Im using the CM21 for sequencing my planned orders.

2.I have created some individual capacity for one workcentre.

3.When itry to use the CM27 i dont find any planned orders in this levelling capacity planning table.

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  • Posted on Sep 21, 2006 at 08:07 AM

    Hi Sateesh,

    I am unable to understand the reason why capacity planning is being used if REM is being used?

    The transactions what you have mentioned is for Production order/Related planned orders.

    To my knowledge for REM "MF50" will be used to analyse the load and also assign load to production line. "LAS2" is used for sequencing change.

    Hope this helps..



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      You are correct ..

      1.Inthe rem we need to use the REM planning table only.

      2.I dont have any line hierarchy maintained .

      3.We use only the Detailed scheduling i need to sequence the Planned orders on the way it has to beproduced.

      4.So we use the CM21.

      5.I also have one workcentrew called wc001 which has 4 individual capacity .

      6.So i try to use the CM27 ,But later i came to know that it will be only used by the Production orders..for which we can do splitting.

      7.In case if we want to use the functionality for the REM planned order we need to Do some customisation -which is not ueasy..

      Still tku for the message

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