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New Planned Order in the same day for different forecast version ?

Dear seniors,

My customer has a make to stock production process.

The demand is represented by the forecast (PIR) and the supply by Planned Orders.

There can be forecast increases in different forecast periods and the customer wants a different Planned Order to be generated for that to differentiate between what was committed before and the forecast increase which is second priority.

To differentiate between the 2 types of demand we can create different forecast versions.

We need a new PLO for the forecast increase, please let us know what's the best way to achieve that.

Many thanks,

Alex

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  • P.S - By default SAP will modify the current Planned Order in that day and the forecast increase quantity is added on top, unless a Make to Order strategy is used. We're using strategy 40

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    May 03, 2017 at 01:44 PM

    Hello

    The standard MRP behavior is to create a single planned order for requirements in the same day, no matter which lot sizing procedure you are using. In the following blog there is a workaround to generate separated planned orders for requirements on the same day using BAdI MD_ADD_ELEMENTS, but you have to test it carefully on your scenario:

    https://blogs.sap.com/2014/09/10/how-to-create-separate-planned-order-purchase-requesition-for-same-date/

    Regards,

    Caetano

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  • May 14, 2017 at 05:37 PM

    Thanks Caetano for your answer.

    We achieved that by using a planning time fence. Inside the fence any forecast increase would create another PLO outside of the planning time fence which is analysed by the MRP Controller

    Thank you

    Alex

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