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MRP, Backorder, Cross / Inter Company, Schedule agreements

I am implementing Automotive Best Practices - OEM. ECC 6 Germany version.

My confusion comes when I have a look at some of the scenarios as

they all ask for PP and we are not implementing it.

One of these scenarios is A62 Sales Order with cross company

process. According to this process we have a delivery / sales

plant and a production plant. The creation of the customer SO

triggers the entire schedulling agreement process between the 2

plants. The sale splant runs MRP creating the demand. A schedule

agreement is creating the demand on the produciton plant.

The produciton plant then does whatever needs to do - mrp run,

backflush, etc - and "despatches" the stock to the delivery

plant. The delivery plant receives the stock and an intercompany

billing process occurrs.

After this ONLY will the stocks be available to be picked for the

customer.

Now my issue is if there is no production plant how will we amend

this scenario?

Will we still have a fictitious production plant with manual GR

or upload of stocks??

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2007 at 12:05 PM

    HI Kookie,

    is this is trading business then you can create PO and GR happens your stock will get updated and then you can do the delivery

    if no PP how your stock will come , only two methods Purchase order or production order or may be service material from sales order thats it

    Thanks

    Bala

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