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long-term planning: how can I reorganize "bulk" independent requirements ?

Hello,

Due to some circumstances I have dependent simulative requirements with no relation to any independent requirements.

I thought that with ms01 (Processing key NEUPL -Regenerative planning and Planning mode 3 - Delete and recreate planning) those independent requirements will

be deleted because the former independet requirements are no more existing.

But they remain existing. (in mfs0)

How can I reorganize "orphaned" independent requirements in long term planning.

Thanks for any help

Thomas

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    Posted on Jan 15, 2008 at 06:06 PM

    TRY IN MD74/75...IT WILL REORGANISE ALL PIR'S WHERE THERE IS NO REQUIREMENT, IT WILL DELETE THAT PIR

    ENTER THEN PLANT AND END DATE AND EXECUTE WITHN "TEST" OPTION, ONCE YOU ARE OK WITH THE RESULT, THEN REMOVE TEST TICK AND EXECUTE

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 08:30 AM

    Thanks a lot for answer.

    The subject of my original-question was

    wrong. It should say "dependent" requirements

    instead of "independent" requirements.

    I solved the problem by deleting the

    respective entries in MDSM-Table

    But anyway, the usage of md74/75 was a

    good recommandation, thanks very much.

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