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mrp considering other plant stock also

hi gurujis,

I want to run mrp for some finished products, while running mrp, it has to consider the stocks in other plants also. is there any settings for that?

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regards,

senthil

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  • Posted on Apr 02, 2008 at 12:41 PM

    Hello,

    In the scope of check you can define all the other plants/MRP Areas which you want to consider.

    Hope this helps..

    Regards,

    Siva

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      Scope of planning is used to run mrp for

      1. Several plants

      2. One mrp area

      3. Multiple mrp areas

      4. Combination of plant & mrp area

      To create a scope of planning use tcode OM0E.

      1. Give alphanumeric no. to create scope of planning.

      2. Assign your Plants & save.

      3. Use tcode MD01 to run scope of planning, enter your scope.

      4. Make tick mark in parallel processing in initial screen of MD01. (bottom)

      5. Now you can see the result in MD04.

      6. Before run MRP, input your server name in Define parallel processing in MRP in customized setting.

      Regards,

      Dharma

  • Posted on Apr 02, 2008 at 01:11 PM

    Hi Senthil,

    MRP for one Finished Product will not consider the stock on other Plant.

    With Scope of Plan you can run MRP for Multiple Plants.

    This kind of collaborative Planning is available in APO only

    Thanks and regards

    Murugesan

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  • Posted on Apr 02, 2008 at 06:42 PM

    Dear ,

    You can do that useing the Scope of planning .You can use total planning for a single plant or you can use the scope of planning to control whether the total planning run is executed on a multi-plant level that can be either one of them

    1.several plants

    2.one MRP area

    3.for several MRP areas

    4.a combination of plants and MRP areas.

    Now you have to go OM0E where u have to configure the Scope of planning and in sequence u have to assing the Plants,MRP area ok.

    Then go to MD01 assing that scope of planning to run the MRP with your requiret settings .

    Hope this will clear you problem.

    Regards

    Jia

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