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PR Release Date is not the actual release date of PR

Hi Gurus,

I want to identify number of PRs released in a perticular month based on PR release date (ME5A)

But in ME5A selection or in ME53N, in item detail, in "Quantities/Dates", the release date is not the actual release date on which the PR got released.

Bit urgent !

Regards,

Sachin Narvekar

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    Posted on May 20, 2008 at 03:20 PM

    Hi Sachin,

    ME5A rel date is not actual one its like this

    Purchase Requisition Release Date

    Specifies the date on which the purchase order should be initiated on the basis of the purchase requisition.

    The release date is based on:

    The purchasing department processing time defined for the plant

    The planned delivery time from the material master record or purchasing info record

    The delivery date

    The goods receipt processing time from the material master record

    Note

    The planned delivery time from the purchasing info record and the GR processing time are only taken into account if the purchase requisition was generated via materials planning.

    Example

    Processing time Planned del. GR processing

    Purchasing time time




    Release PO Delivery Date

    date date date required

    Date required: 10.01.96

    GR processing time: 2 days (working days)

    Planned delivery time: 10 days (calendar days)

    Purchasing dept processing time: 2 days (working days)

    For the material to be available on the date it is needed, the purchase requisition must be released on 09.11.96 (requirement date less GR processing time, planned delivery time, and purchasing department processing time).

    Please check the other field for actual rel date i cud not see bcoz rel is not config in my system for PR

    BR

    Diwakar

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