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Planned order not generated against production plan

Hi Experts,

We are facing a problem as given below ;

We want to MRP based on the production plan for six month . Production plan has been given against plan version 01 for Six month ( Say , April - 6000 , May - 4000 , June - 10000, July - 11000, Aug- 12000 , September ) under MD61. Accordingly PIR has been generated for Six month . After that we have run MRP under MD02 / MD01 , during MRP execution , this is found that planned order generated against each first three month's production plan i.e April , May and June , But rest three months planned order not generated (i.e. July ,Aug,Sept) . Planning Horizon maintained 180 .

Please provide solution.

Regards,

Amit Biswas

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  • Apr 13, 2017 at 01:53 PM

    Hi Amit,

    There is a possibility to maintain the Planning Horizon, at Plant Level ( T code : OPPQ) (or) at the MRP Group Level( T code : OPPR)
    Could you please check once, if any MRP Group is assigned for the Material. If assigned, what is the Planning Horizon maintained for the MRP Group ?

    If not maintained, then system will consider the Plant level setting

    Please take a look of the screen shot of the same

    Kindly check & let me know, with your feedback/comments

    Many Thanks for your quick feedback: Best Regards : Raja Sekhara Reddy Bannuru

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    • Former Member

      Hi Rajasekahara ,

      Sorry for delay in response ,

      I have checked MPR group in material and this is correctly maintained . Also I have check OPPQ and OPPR both the cases planning Horizon in maintained as 300 .

      Our problem , I have feed plan for six month any FERT material and after that , executed MRP , but after MRP execution planned order generated for 1st three month only and next three planned not generated .

      Please help to resolve the issue.

      Regards,

      Amit Biswas