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For some production orders (example 50011046 in P-System) we can not maintain the storage location).

I know, that the users has maintained the production orders (before it was a mixture of make to stock and make to order) but now it looks good for me.

What is wrong in this production order and what must be changed/maintained to get it running?

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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 04:43 AM

    Siva,

    Unable to understand what excatly is the problem. Can you please explain as what the problem is what what you want to do?

    Regards,

    Prasobh

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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 04:44 AM

    Dear Sivaprasad,

    Defaulty the production storage location is taken or copied from MRP2 view of the

    material master.Please check the material master & ensure the same is extended

    in MMSC.

    Regards

    Mangal

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 05:00 AM

    Hi Siva prasad,

    You need to maintain prodn storage location in material master or BOM.

    the material is issued during the production process from the storage location. Backflush is posted to this issue location if required.

    In production, first there is a check as to whether an issue location is entered in the BOM item.

    If there is an issue location in the BOM item, this issue location is copied to the production order as a default value. Otherwise, the issue location is copied from the material master record (in the plant in which you created the BOM).

    You can mention the issue storage location in the production order component view if it was maintained previously

    Regards

    Ranga

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