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material staging indicator

hi friends,

i just want to know if the material staging indictor for production supply field was left blank,what will the system do to the material posting any movement.thanks and God Bless You!

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  • Posted on Oct 17, 2007 at 09:14 AM

    Allan,

    In which transaction you are taking about?

    Regards,

    Prasobh

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      Hey, Allan

      If you are working with WM you should check the following:

      - the workcenter in the routing or recipe has a Supply Area defined at header. (CR02)

      - component should have WM view defined in material master (MM03 or MM01)

      - Component has a control cycle: LPK1 or LPK2, where you state the storage type, supply area and indicator.

      - According to the Issue SLoc in MRPViews (MM02) components can be supplied from MM or WM. If they are coming from MM, they are not going to arise in Picklist.

      Let me know how is your actual situation.

      Dario

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2007 at 09:16 AM

    Dear Allan,

    Can you elaborate your question a bit more. Please let me know the transaction and the screen so that we can learn on this.

    Sumeet

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2007 at 10:16 AM

    Hi Alln,

    This indictor is required to activate WM material staging. I mean this config is part of WM-PP interface and as WM pick list is controlled at order level not at component level. So if you maitain that material stging will not happen automatically.

    Regards

    Vineet

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