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Transfer of Requirement (TOR)

Is TOR some kind of separate document, which you can view via some tcode.

I know we can see the requirement in MD04 or MMBE, but was not sure if SAP has given any specific tcode to view details about TOR.

Also what happens first ATP or TOR ?

Thanks,

Jeet

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 05:15 AM

    Hi Jeet,

    TOR means transfer of requirements for having a availability check so TOR would happen before than your availability check.

    The transfer of requirements ensures that the goods are available in time for the delivery

    For e.g a customer has ordered 100 goods but you have only 50 in stock so TOR would determine that you have to manufacture or procure goods so that they are available at the time of delivery.

    There is a configuration for TOR under basic functions in SD which has requirement class,requirement type.

    TOR is related to the availability thry requirement class.You have to check the availability field in the requirement class.

    Reward points if it helps.

    Regards

    Karan

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 05:08 AM

    Hi,

    We see Stock requirements in MD04 which gets reflected once the MRP is run. MMBE shows the stock available at hand at various levels, say consignment, warehouse, plant, unrestricted etc. Also we get info with regards to various movements type which caused the accumulation of stock.

    Now, we actually go thru the menu path and see whats TOR configured like. TOR is a configuration as is ATP. Coming what happens first, When a sales order is entered say for

    X mat with 5 Qty on 15/01/07 date this particular info, is the requirement to deliver that X, 5 qty on that date. This is now transferred either to generate a Purchase requisition which goes to MM for external procurement or gets converted into a planned order which is converted into a production order by PP after the MRP run. We get a possible date either from MM or PP based on the config settings with regards to the dates available which is nothing but checking for availability and giving a possible schedule line date. So, its the TOR which gets trigerred, based on the config settings in availability the whole process works in sync.

    Hope it helps.

    Thanks & Regards

    Sadhu Kishore

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