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Mixed MRP

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What does Mixed MRP im MRP3 view indicates? Pl. brief.

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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 08:00 AM

    Hi,

    Mixed MRP is used for strategy 11 Gross requirements planning,52 Subassembly planning without final assembly ,Subassembly planning with final assembly.Those strategy are perform diffrently when compare with others.For example 11 will not consider warehoue stock unlike others.MRP genearted planned order for strategy 52 can not be converted into production unless SO is available unlike other startegy.

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 09:32 AM

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    Planning strategy 11 - Gross requirement will wok only it we give misxed MRP indicator 2. Other wise it will not work. When we customize requirements class 101 we will customize this. This class is then attached to requirement type BSF. This BSF is attached to the Planning strategy 11.

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    JS

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 12:03 PM

    Hi,

    Mixed Mrp indicator is an indicator which is used for spl purpose planning

    For ex in strategy 11

    In this strategy the plant stock is not taken into account

    For ex in strategy 59

    In this strategy dependent reqmts are created for the components

    of the phantom assembly skipping phantom assembly ,planned orders and purchase requisitions are created for the components

    For ex in strategy 70 and 74

    PIR'S are created at assembly level and sales order at fert level

    Hope this will help in understanding about the Mixed MRP indicator.

    Thanks,

    nandha

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