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Ind. / Coll. reqmt indicator MRP-4 screen

Ind. / Coll. reqmt indicator has meaning only in MTO. In MTS it is useless.

If Ind. / Coll.=1 Ind. Then system creates seperate procurement ele. for diff. sales order. (Seperate segment)

If Ind. / Coll.=2 then system plans mat. as MTS (one segment only)

Am I right? If not, please explain.

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 07:20 AM

    Hi Sandeep.

    Indicator 2 and blank works for the MTS and indicator 1 is for MTO. If you keep this blank for the components then these componenets parts will be managed as per the header part indicator.

    This indicator controls whether individual or collective customer requirements planning is allowed for dependent requirements.

    If you define individual requirements for explosion, dependent requirements for a component are shown individually on the superior low-level code.

    If you define collective requirements for explosion, required quantities for the material are summarized independently of the sales order.

    Partially you are correct.

    Regards

    TAJUDDIN

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    TAJUDDIN MOHAMMED

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  • Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 07:48 AM

    Sandeep,

    Just to add on others answer, this field is relevant for how the material should behave in case of "Dependent requirements" only. (This is applicable when this material is used as a component)

    Regards,

    Prasobh

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 07:19 AM

    Absolutely right,

    Regards

    Ram

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