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multiplant planning

Dear Gurus,

My Client require Multi Plant Planning.Please let me know what are are the fields to be maintained in Material Master and any SPRO setting. I am using a Collective Order structure.

Thanks in advance,

Soumyendu

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2007 at 06:08 AM

    Hi Soumyendu,

    Please could u elaborate with more in detail.

    For how many plants you are having currently . do u want Mrp planning or stock transfer.

    Regards

    Pradeep

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2007 at 06:10 AM

    sadhukhan soumyendu

    If you need to run MRP at multi plant level then you need to maintain Scope of Planning in IMG TCode OM0E

    Once you define the scope of planning you have to use that in MD01/MDBT

    Hope this is useful

    Revert back if you have any further queries

    Reward points if useful

    Regards,

    SVP

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2007 at 04:01 AM

    Sadhukan,

    pls revert back if you have further queries else reward points n close the thread

    Regards...

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2007 at 05:14 AM

    Hi,

    we can use Total planning(MD01) for a single plant or use scope of planning to control whether total planning is to be carried out for single plant/sevaral plant/ for one MRP Area/sevaral MRP areas/ combination of plant and MRP Areas.

    Steps :

    1.Group together the plants which are to be planned in spro in --->Define scope of planning.(OM0E)

    2. Define the scope of planning as 999 for ex and give description.

    2. Now select that and Specify the sequence in which Plants and MRP Areas are to be planned,

    3.Goto new entries and enter the plant as 1000/MRP Area as 1000 with counter 1 and plant as 1100 with counter 2 and save.

    4.Execute the total planning either as online job or as background job.

    5.The planning run has to be always started with paralle processing.

    In SPRO in define parallel processing in MRP enter the destination for parallel processing for ex your server name and enter the no .of sessions as 1 and save.

    6.Tcode MD01 enter the scope of planning group and selet the parallel processing and enter.

    7. All the materials to be planned in the plant / mrp area will be planned now.

    Regards,

    nandha

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2007 at 05:19 PM

    For your multi-plant planning the configuration to be as follows:

    Go to SPRO - Production - Sales and operation planning - 'Define proportional distribution across plants'.

    The funda / scenario may be like, Production group 'PCTB' touring bike in plant 1 & 2. The system treats as the same planning object in SIS (Sales and information system) and as a separate planning objects in the standards SOP. For this standard SOP - you define the proportion of this material sales in for plant 1 as 0.7 and proportion of sales in plant as 0.3.

    Please check up whethere this scenario is been looked by you.

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