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Importance of Planning Table

hi! Gurus,

can you please expalin me the importance of Planning Table (MF50).

i can see the capacity data & material data, with a barchart (Capacity Planning Table). but, wht information i can get from that? how it is useful for planning? because, i felt MD04 can give better information than a planning table.

and moreover i am unable to interpret the barchart.....it is displaying all production orders in tat week or month. but, whats the use (who needs tat information & for what)?

i think i clearly explaind my agony....please help me

with regards,

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 04:14 PM

    In MF50,

    You will get many options,

    Mainly you will get the requirement and after running MRP, you will get receipt element(planned orders), This planned orders can be scheduled alone the axis by distibuting the order qty considering the capcity so that you can see that wc is over loadded.

    From here you can create production order or planned order directly.

    See the link below

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/5f/1faba54aee11d189740000e8322d00/frameset.htm

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