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STOCK TRANSPORT ORDER UNDER SALES ORDER SPECIAL STOCK

Hello,

we have a plant A that produce the same material for some clients and for another plant B (another company).

Plant A works under sales order special stock. Plant A produce for sales order (other clients) and for cross-company purchase order (STO). The problem is that the STO create Planned orders under Unresticted stock, and sales order under sales order stock.

It's pòssible that STO create special stock???? I think that plant A must produce always with the same system.

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 05:12 AM

    Hi

    I am not getting clearly ur requirement, u want to link the planned order triggered in the supplying plant with sale order.

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 06:44 PM

    hello,

    thanks for answer.

    i'd like to link the planned order to the purchase order cross-company, because for the suppling plants the purchase order is really a sales order.

    i'd like to see in MD04 the stock like the sale order special stock, but the number is really o fa purchase order.

    Excuse my english 😊

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 06:47 PM

    the purchase order for suppling plant is a requirement for production, like a sale order. If plant produce for a sale order (another customer) produce under sale order special stock. But if plant produce for another plant, produce another general stock. It is not normal.

    Thankyou

    bay

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 07:19 PM

    It is not clear.

    As I understood,

    Plant A and plant B are in different company code.

    Plant A will get the requirement from plant B as a STO and also as a customer sales order.

    When You run MRP, STO requirement will create a planned order not specific to sales order, but for a sales order in plant A system will create a planned order specific to sales order, i.e. account assignment with sales order.

    Is my understanding is correct?

    If so, please let me know what stg group you are using for the material?

    MTO stg or MTS stg?

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 09:42 AM

    Hello,

    PLANT B

    - STO 4500001417 and 4500001416 are under Unrestr.-use Stock. Purchase order Plant A. A buy material to B, and B has to produce this material.

    - Sales order 0020000772. Plant B sale material to other customer. Other customer without plant assigment. Under sale order special stock.

    Materials have strategy 50.

    03.12.2007 Stock 0

    03.12.2007 PlOrd. 0000023374/ALM 200

    03.12.2007 ConRel 4500001416/00010 100-

    03.12.2007 ConRel 4500001417/00010 100-

    03.12.2007 CStock 0020000772/000010 0

    03.12.2007 PlOrd. 0000023374/ALM 100

    03.12.2007 Order 0020000772/000010/0001 100-

    I need the STO create their special own stock. So we need to link Planned order to STO, like i can link sales order to Planned order.

    We need the STO do:

    03.12.2007 CStock 4500001416/00010 0

    03.12.2007 PlOrd. 0000023374/ALM 100

    03.12.2007 ConRel 4500001416/00010 100-

    thank you very much.

    It's a big problem for us.

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