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Issue on MC74 transfer plan to Demand management

Hi, PP gurus:

I created plan for material via MC87 as below:

material: HT***

M102008 M022008 M032008

sales 300 600 600

production 300 600 600

then I transfer plan to demand management via MC74, I viewed the PIR of HT*** via MD63, the result as below was not as supposed:

02.01.2008 03.01.2008 04.01.2008 w02.2008 w03.2008 w04.2008 w05.2008 M02.2008 M03.2008

HT*** 13.637 13.637 13.637 68.181 68.182 68.182 54.545 600 600

Who can throw some light to me how to find the cause and fix it?

Any advice is appreciatd. Thanks a lot

John

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:49 AM

    Hi,

    First you fix the period by--

    MC87 -- CREATE ROUGH CUT PLAN -- goto EDIT -- PERIOD SPLITTING-- TOTAL-- DAYS /WEEKS/ MONTH

    choose from this and then put your planning values

    From your posting it seems that 300 requirement qty.getting divided by 22 no. of days thats why it is showing per day 13.637 qty.

    If you find it useful to you then pl.reward this with points.

    Regards,

    Amit.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 01:03 PM

    Dear Amit. :

    Thank you for your reply.

    I created plan monthy via MC87 , I do according your tip, but it did not work yet.

    the problem still exist.

    Any one can tell me how to fix it. Thanks a lot!

    John

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