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Diff between MRP And Stock requirement list

Hai SAP MM Team Challengers,

Please explain the diff between MRP And Stock requirement list.

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2007 at 12:15 PM

    Mr. Sivakumar,

    As mentioned in the earlier post.

    Stock Requirement List - It is a dynamic list, where the system updates the status of the material, each time it is refreshed. So it is like a live list.

    MRP List - It is a static list meaning, the list is created after the MRP run & the values in this list does not change until the next MRP run.

    The reason for having the 2 list is to allow the planner to compare the 2 lists to understand what changes have occured from the previous MRP run. The planner can use this analysis to schedule MRP run frequency i.e. either increase or decrease for each material

    Hope i was able to be of some help to you. If you have a specific query with regards to this subject, please post the same & will try my best to provide you with inputs.

    Regards,

    Vivek

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2007 at 12:07 PM

    The stock / requirements list is a dynamic list: it shows the current status of stocks, requirements and receipts. Changes are immediately visible as soon as the stock / requirements list is called up or the elements are read from the database using the refresh function in the stock / requirements list.

    The MRP list represents the result of the last planning run and therefore has a statistical nature. Changes that were made after the planning run are not visible.

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