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Lot size

Hi All Gurus,

Can Anyone tell me what will be the result of followings:-

1) What is the o/p suppose we take MRP Type-PD,Lot-size-EX,and Availability check -KP?

2) What is the difference in o/p after MRP Run suppose we take lotsize as a EX and MB?

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  • Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 12:22 PM

    1. When planning using lot-for-lot order (EX) quantity, the system uses the exact shortage quantity (requirement minus available stock) as the order quantity in the case of a material shortage.

    2.In period lot-sizing procedures such as MB-Monthly lot size, the system groups several requirements within a time interval(month) together to form a lot.

    Follow this link for more information

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005vp/helpdata/en/f4/7d3f9344af11d182b40000e829fbfe/frameset.htm

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 12:24 PM

    Hi Narayan

    1 : it will give lot for lot order quantity , that means if you order 100 pc then requirement will come 100 pc only

    2: EX and MB , EX is lot for lot order , MB is it will add requiremnt for one month or multiple of month and give one PR or Planned order

    Thanks

    Bala

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    • Former Member

      Hi

      U can check the setting for lot sizes in OMI4. Generally EX lot size is for lot for lot i.e. as and when requirements come; planned orders are generated accordingly whereas MB is for monthly basis i.e. you can define in OMI4; that how should system propose planned orders and in which periodicity

      Rgds

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