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Parallel run MRP reg.

Hi frnds,

i need to run MRP with scope of planning, while running MD01 system says only in the parallel mode, scope of planning works. if i set parallel processing indicator, i am getting message that "please check destinations for parallel MRP.

please advice at the earliest.

Daniel.

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    Posted on Jan 25, 2008 at 01:43 PM

    IN SPRO (Production -> Material Requirement Planning -> Define Parallel Processing in MRP)

    You have to define the ”Destinations for Parallel Processing“:

    The value of Destination for parallel processing must be different for different servers

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    Posted on Jan 25, 2008 at 02:00 PM

    In scope of planning In OM0E

    You need to enter the plants in sequence so that system will plan all the plants materials in sequence.

    Inn SPRO Production >Material Requirements Planning-->Define Parallel Processing in MRP

    Here you maintain the server and sessions so that system will decide to run the MRP in different sessions so that MEP will come with results very fast

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