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Rework order

Dear Gurus,

How can I create a manual rework order with reference to the existing production order. I don't want to use the trigger point. Without using any trigger points, with reference to the original production order I want to create a rework order. All the costs incured in the rework order should reflect in the original order. If any body is having the idea regarding setting/tcode...please let me know.

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2007 at 09:01 AM

    Kodand Nag

    Go to CO07-production order creation w/o material

    Order type-PP02

    Press Enter

    enter in the component same material for which you are doing rework and assign to production order so that cast will eb settled to that production order

    Then do the other activities as usaul(GI,Confirmation,GR)

    Settlement will happen to the original order

    Settlement process

    In this case the costs for the rework are updated with the confirmation of the operations on the new order. When you settle, these costs are passed on to the original order.

    When you calculate the variances, the settled costs of the rework order are shown in the original order under the usual variance categories.

    If you settle the rework costs of the separate production order under a settlement cost element to the original production order, you can identify the rework costs through the settlement cost element. In the variance calculation process, the rework costs are reported as a resource-usage variance in this case.

    Note that the receiving production order should not be deleted or archived until the rework order has settled to the original production order.

    Hope this is useful

    Revert back if you have any further queries

    Reward points if useful

    Regards,

    SVP

    Edited by: SVP on Dec 19, 2007 2:39 PM

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    • Former Member

      Hi SPV,

      As per ur instruction, I use the T-code CO07.In that i give input as Plant & order type(for Rework order)i.e.specially created.

      After Enter I give inputs as Material discription,Qty,Unit,Basic date & sceduling type.Here Order & material fields are Gray(disable).

      On Enter for the further screen it shows the following Error Message

      "No task list for select.ID 01 for auto. task list selection found"

      Message no. CP010.

      What is meaning of that,it required any Customisation setting?

      How can i proceed?I have Prod.order of 60 nos.out of which 5 were rejected at the 1st operation.Operation no. Start from 10 to 90.

      Plz reply.

      Rgds.

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2007 at 09:03 AM

    Hi,

    rework order you can create by defining control key in routing ,or else you can create order type separate for rework activity for that master data you define it first.

    like regular order you can define rework order by putting rework order type and post the document

    when you confirm that rework operation there you put your remark against whch production order you are doing rework activity.

    reward points if you useful to you.

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