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Hi Can any body help I am Having A material Code e.g 101AA and i Maintained its MRP type as VM - Automatic reorder Point. And setup the reorder point as 500 and also at this time the stock is 600. Also I setup the Forecasting model as D constant as it is a required entry.

Now as i do 562 movement of 120 Pieces the stock goes below 500 reorder point and the system should generate a requistion for the same.

But it is not doing so. Please help where I am missing some thing.

Or do i still have to run MD02 for that component to generate a planning file.

Regards,

Lekhram

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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:26 PM

    create your planning entries one by one in MD20 or in a batch by MDAB.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:46 PM

    Typically, we have users adding Items to a Sales Document during the day. They look at MD04 and do not see any Requisitions for the newly added material(s). Not until they run MD02 do the Requisitions appear. Hope this helps.

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      Hi Mike,

      You have to run MD02. Then only you can get the requisition.

      If you have many materials assigned by mrp type VM, you can use MD01(Total planning for a plant). So that all the material will plan which are having stock of below reorder point.

      Regards,

      Dharma

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 08:25 PM

    Yes, You need to run MD03, or run t MRP in background in MDBT.

    You assign a perticular MRP group or MRP controller for such materails in question and RUn MRP in background w.r.t. that MRP group, fix a frequency so that system will create requirement depending on VM settings.

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