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No prod.order created after setting creation flag in APO

Hi all,

I'm encountering a new problem. I created a material, and some data adjacent to it (planned order, prod. order, planned ind. rep., various stocks, a routing and various BOMs) in ECC 6.0, which I successfully CIF-fed to APO 5.0.

When I modify the quantity of the prod. order in the prod.view in APO everthing works out just fine, i.e. the modification is taken over in ECC, BUT when I set the conversion flag in order to create a production order in ECC triggered from APO... absolutely nothing happens.

I get no error-message (only planning result successfully saved). When I try to remove the conv. flag again, the system says that it's not possible.

Any ideas what could be the problem?

Thanks in advance!

Regards, Bobby

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2007 at 05:17 AM

    Hi Bobby

    Please Do the following Changes in the global Settin of PP/DS Path SPRO > Supply Chain Planning -> PPDS ->Global Setting ->Maintain Global Parameters and Default Values

    Change the Transfer to R/3 Inhouse Production to 1: Create Transfer events from Cnversion indicator

    Regards

    Rajan

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    Posted on Jul 10, 2007 at 05:14 PM

    Hi y'all,

    as an add-on-information to the previously written:

    if a planned order exists in R/3 and is CIF-fed afterwards the conversion works fine (i.e. the planned ord. is converted to a prod. order in R/3 and the prod.ord.number is made known to APO).

    In case the production order has yet to be created, the whole process is stuck!

    Anybody help, please!

    Regards,

    Bobby

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