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exception 30

what does the exception 30 mean in MD04 stock/requirements list? it says i need to plan process according to schedule? can someone explain what caused this, how this affect my planned order and how can i prevent it from happening again? thank you in advance!

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 03:37 AM

    Exception 30 means planning according to schedule

    Say u have an VSF on 03.12.07 but u run MRP after few days (say on 07.12.2007) & in case if your order finish date comes on 10.12.2007 based on your in house production time or whatever then u will get this EM

    Secondly say there is a VSF of 01.02.2008 for which order start day lies in past (i.e. say 15.01.2008); then u will see an EM 30 stating plan according to schedule & can see dates also against which u need to change the order manually


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      This depends on what settings have u maintained in scheduling parameters and how they are managed in terms of PIR's and MRP Run

      Ensure that your MRP Run is considering all parameters i.e. production time / procurement time etc as against your PIR's & your start date does not go in past

      This is the only ideal solution


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