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Hi,

Can anybody help me in finding out the daily capacity requirement / load of a particular work center?

This is the data available in CM01 but I need direct tables or function module to give this data , which I need to use in a custom report.

Thanks

Navneeth K

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2007 at 08:38 AM

    Hi navneeth,

    You can utilize tables

    KBED Capacity Requirements Records

    KBEZ Add. data for table KBED (for indiv. capacities/splits)

    KBKO Header Record for Capacity Requirements

    Hope this helps

    VIneet

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2007 at 08:40 AM

    Hi,

    please try with following table

    KBED, KBKO

    regards

    pradeep

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2010 at 08:58 AM

    how can you run the tcd:CM01 ?

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    • Dear ,

      You can goto CM05/CM07-Enter your work centre and plant code -Hit Details Capacity List -It will list down the Requirement /Overload /Availability .

      To know the more details like you can play around with Overall Profile Option .Let say you want to know load on yestredya or load in a week -simply goto Planning - Profile -Option Profile -Choose the available option -yesterday /week /days

      Likwise you can also choose Overall profile and analysie the load .

      I hope this will be useful to you

      Regards

      JH

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