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Hi GURUS,

PL EXPLAIN IN MD01,

1. PR IN OPENING PERIOD

2.SCHEDULES LINE

PL EXPLAIN WITH SOME EXAMPLE.

VIKAS

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 19, 2008 at 07:18 PM

    Dear,

    PR in opening period - In scheduling any PR or PO, system will take a Schedule margine key from material master

    Schedule margine key consists of many floats which are required for actual working, some of that are

    opening period in days

    Float before production in days

    Float after production in days

    Opening period is the period in which PLanned order to be converted to PR for raw materials.

    Hence system praposes those planned orders which are comming with in opening period so that buyer need not worry about other Planned oderrs created by MRP.

    Hence PRs in opening period are the PR's can be consideared furthur action i.e. PO.

    SCHEDULES LINE - Schedule line W.R.T MRP setting is the if the agreemnet is available for the materil in question, instead of creating a PR, system will cretae a schedule line w.r.t that contact or agreement. Mainly to say system will consider the agreement/contarct and create a schedule line and PR w.r.t contarct as a schedule ine item.

    I hope you are clear

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