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Split Production Order

Hi All,

i need to split a production orders in to two deliveries (right now we are creating single delivery for all components in the PO)depending on the lines in the PO can any one tell me how to do this, and we dont use cost collector.

kindly let me know

thanks

Sundeep

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  • Posted on Apr 07, 2008 at 03:34 PM

    You control the funtion by selecting an operation in the operation overview and choosing Functions ---> Split order

    The Original order is described as parent order ( SPLT Status) and the orders that are split off from this order are called as child orders

    Hope this clear's u' doubt'

    Reward points if usefull

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    Posted on Apr 07, 2008 at 04:56 PM

    Hi,

    For splitting an order , Make the following settings in the order type-dependent parameters - OPL8

    1. a.With the Cost collector indicator, you decide whether you want to collect the costs in a product cost collector.

    1.b.The Distribution rule must support periodic settlement.

    2.Create Product Cost Collector in KKF6N

    3.Then in CO02, Choose Functions-Order split;

    enter split qty and order type.

    Note:

    After an order split, the costs per piece can no longer be calculated for each order, since operations and goods movements are usually not distributed equally between parent and child. As a result, settlement by order is not supported. Settlement is performed through a product cost collector.

    Regards,

    Sheik

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    Posted on Apr 07, 2008 at 05:55 PM

    Hi Sundeep,

    Configuration settings are to be done for the splitting of orders....

    1. In OPL8 Set the indicator cost collector

    2. Default Rule -Periodic settlement(PP2)

    3. CK11N do standard cost estimate

    4. KKF6N Create cost collector

    5. Create production order with op 10,20,30,40

    6. Go to op overview

    7. Select the op from which you want to split (exop20)

    8. Go to functions -


    > Split order

    9. Enter the qty, if necessary a different order type for child order

    10. Execute

    11. Order will be splitted .

    12. The order can be splitted even from op10 itself

    13. Goto MD04

    14. Two orders will be created

    15. Go to op overview of each order and there u can see splitting.

    Regards

    Ram Kumar

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    Posted on Apr 07, 2008 at 06:47 PM

    hi all,

    but we dont want to use cost collector.

    wht is the effect of using cost collector kindly let me know.

    thanks

    sundeep

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      Hi sheik,

      Thanks for good explanation regarding product costing. Also wish to share u that when the order is split, the normal product costing cant be considered. Since, the orders may different setup, production and teardown timings. Hence, the cost of production will be high. Hence, we need to think before we really spilt the order.

      Nanduri

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    Posted on Apr 08, 2008 at 02:41 PM

    found other way

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