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Diff b/w md05 & md06

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can any body explain diff B/w collective acess of MD04,MD05 &MD06 in detail

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 06:25 PM

    Hi,

    MD04 - Stock requirement list for single material.After mrp run (MD02) you can see the result in it.

    It is a dynamic one ie, if any sales order or requirement comes after mrp run, it will update.

    MD05 - Stock requirement list for single material.

    It is a static one ie, if any sales order or requirement comes, it will not update.It will show the old mrp run result.

    Comparing MD04 and MD05 result, we can able to see the new requirement after mrp run.

    MD06 - Stock requirement list for collective display.

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    Dharma

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 08:36 PM

    MD04

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    Stock/Requirements List


    In the stock/requirements list, the most up-to-date stock and requirements situation is displayed.

    The main difference between the MRP list and the stock/requirements list is that each time the stock/requirements list is called up, the system selects the various MRP elements and displays the most up-to-date situation. You thus always see the current availability situation of the material in the stock/requirements list. Changes that are made after the planning date are displayed directly, so the list is therefore dynamic.

    Stock/requirements lists are not saved in a fixed state in the system, but are subject to change and only exist in the working memory.

    MD05 - Definition of the MRP List



    The system creates MRP lists during the planning run according to how you set the creation indicator. These lists contain the planning result for the material. The MRP list always displays the stock/requirements situation at the time of the last planning run and it also provides a work basis for the MRP controller. Changes that are made after the planning date are not taken into consideration, so the list is static.

    MRP lists are stored in the system until they are either deleted manually or replaced by new lists from a subsequent planning run.

    Comparison


    The screen layout of both lists is basically the same.
    The system automatically runs the rescheduling check directly when both lists are created and puts forward rescheduling proposals.
    The number of exception messages displayed in each list is roughly the same. The only difference lies in the fact that, due to the nature of the list, no exception messages can occur for newly planned MRP elements in the stock/requirements list.
    Directly after the planning run, both lists contain the same information. As soon as a change relevant to MRP is made, the system updates the information in the stock/requirements list.
    As stock/requirements lists are subject to change, they cannot be set with a processing indicator.
    Structure

    Each MRP list is divided into a header and items.

    Material data, such as the material number, the plant, and MRP parameters, is recorded in the MRP list header.

    The items, on the other hand, contain information on the individual MRP elements (planned orders, purchase orders, reservations, sales orders, and so on). These are grouped by MRP data into individual planning segments. The beginning of each new planning segment is highlighted. The system carries out the net requirements calculation for each segment separately.

    MD06-collective display

    You want to display the stock/requirements situation for a series of materials in the MRP list.

    You have run MRP for the materials using single-item planning or total planning.

    You have entered in the control parameters for the planning run that the system should create MRP lists.

    From the MRP or MPS menu, select Evaluations ® MRP list collective display.

    You now branch into the collective access screen.

    In collective access:

    Enter the plant and one of the following parameters: MRP controller, product group, class or vendor.

    If you do not enter any further selection criteria, the system selects all the materials assigned to this MRP controller, to this product group or to this vendor in the respective plant.

    If the work with MRP areas is activated for a single client, you enter either the plant (= all MRP areas including the plant MRP area) or only one particular MRP area, and, in addition, either the MRP controller, the product group or the vendor.

    If you do not enter any further selection criteria, the system selects all the materials assigned to this MRP controller, to this product group or to this vendor in the selected MRP area or in all MRP areas. Materials that are assigned to five MRP areas are displayed, where applicable, with five MRP lists.

    If required, enter further selection criteria.

    Date: for example, all MRP lists that were created or processed within the last two weeks, or MRP lists for all materials with insufficient stock for the next two weeks.

    Exception groups: for example, MRP lists for all materials for which the planning run was terminated (exception group 8).

    Processing indicator: for example, all MRP lists that have not yet been processed.

    Material data: for example, MRP lists for all materials that are procured externally.

    If required, choose a display filter (see Filtering Information).

    For example, a display filter that only displays the planned orders for the next two weeks in the stock/requirements list for the materials assigned to a selected MRP controller.You can save all selection parameters by choosing the menu path Settings ® Save. They are then predefined the next time that you access the transaction.

    Please see the link-http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/f4/7d3f9344af11d182b40000e829fbfe/frameset.htm

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