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Automatic PR creation for stock items (Category - L)

Hi All,

My requirement is as follows:

When I create PM orders for stock item, system generates a reservation number.

But the actual qty is sytem for such items are less than planned qty or NIL qty.

How to create PR's for such items automatically by system ?

Is MRP run required to be activated for such items (i.e: maintenance of MRP views in material master) or any other way to do it for stock items (L) ?

If so, what all fields need to be filled in material master?

Is there a way for doing MRP run only for material type ERSA (spare parts) or only against reservation numbers created through maintenance orders or against MRP controller?

Kindly post your valuable feedback.

Thanks in advance and best regards.

Kannan J

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 10:31 AM

    Dear Shiv,

    In addition to the setting adviced by another expert you must give special procurement key in MRP view 2 of Material Master for example Subcontract-30.

    to enable material to be planned through MRP.

    I hope this will be useful to you & if so reward points,

    Vivek Maitra

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 07:50 AM

    Hi,

    For automatic p.o creation, you can use reorder point.

    In material master mrp1 view, use mrp type VB, reorder level ex. 50 pc.

    Maintain lot size HB, maintain max stock level 100 pc.

    When the requirement comes it will consume from stock. If the stock goes below reorder ponit(50), it will create planning file entry.

    When you run mrp (MD01), it will automatically create p.o.

    But without running mrp, system can not create p.o

    With that you can maintain your stock.

    Hope it will help.

    Regards,

    Dharma

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