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Do we need to maintain PIRs ( MD61) in REM cycle ?

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Do we need to maintain PIRs ( MD61) in REM cycle, if yes in<b> what way does PIRs(MD61) help in REM cycle</b>

As we can maintain the same PIRs in MF50 (Planning Table ) , instead of

maintaining in MD61

Also in MD61 or MF50 - PIRs are being maintained manually, there is not much effect

Any suggestions

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 05:59 AM

    Hi Eshwer.

    In REM cycle, normally we can maintain PIR directly in the planning table MF50 but for a confirm requirement with out sales order you also can maitain the requirement in MD61, go to edit and make yr plan synchronous to sales.

    Thats it.

    Rgds,

    Umesh

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 04:57 PM

    It is same whether you maintain requirement in MF50 or MD61. Actually, It depends on your business process. As example, if you maintain SOP and you have already created and confirmed production plan with sales people then you can transfer its production plan to demand management (MD61). So, from this you can run planning table for REM. But if your business doesn't need SOP or Demand management, then you can just make requirement manually on planning table.

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