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Service operation in maintenance task list do not create requirements - PM

Hello experts,

I am new in PM and i am struggling with some issues when programming maintenance plans (with service operations) in IP10.

After releasing and saving one PM order of the maintenance plan programmed it is programmed so, I check the PM order created in IW39 but I cannot see nothing about the operation 020 - service - (PM05). I cannot use the control key PM02 because it does not accept service packages and PM03 does not program/Schedule.

What I am trying to demonstrate it that a Service for a maintenance plan could be planned and in some transaction I would be able to see PR for service procurement as I can see in MD04 (after executing MD02) PR for material - spare parts.

My maintenance plan is PM - so I consider that it should work for services and spare parts but, ¿am I wrong? ¿should I create a maintenance plan MM for services? With this plan I would have to program more plans and to release more orders...

If I do the MM plan, ¿how do I find out what is the valid range number to create it with IP40? (SPRO is not helping me: Plan maintenance & customer service > maintenance plans, work centers, task lists > Maintenance plans >Define range numbers maintenance plans ---> modifying groups to add to another interval, but it does not work on IP40)

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    Aug 29, 2017 at 12:49 PM

    PM05 is standard an internal service and will not create an PR.

    You better use PM03. If you need you can make it schedule relevant, or use PM03 in a sub operation under a PM01 task that is scheduling relevant.

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