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delete a component in the BOM

Hi,

I have created a BOM for SD (one material with some component)

Do I have a choice to delete one component for one day in the BOM (if this component is insufficient or too late GR) without change my BOM for the future days?

where can I do it in th eBOM or in the sale order.

Thanks

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2008 at 09:13 AM

    Hi ,

    You have to delete that component in Sales order BOM

    (CS62).

    OR

    if you don't want to procure that component for Production then delete that component from respective Production Order Component list. So in the sales order BOM you can find that component but not in Production. Also you have deal with the MM person for cancelling of that PO or closing of that PO.

    Shailendra

    Edited by: Shailendra Hadkar on Feb 1, 2008 10:26 AM

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2008 at 09:21 AM

    Dear,

    I hope the situation is you have sales order and for that sales order you have a production order

    Decide in which in production order you donot want to withdrew the component and delete that component in production order. When you confirm that component will not be issued.

    If you donot want to delte in Production order, then during confirmation itself...goto goods movement screen and delete atht conmponent and save the confirmation.

    pl conme back if required

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