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Production Order TECO status

Hi all

I face this peculiar problem. When I TECO a Production order there sometimes the order reservation for components are not wiped out. Why does this happen only sometimes and if this happens how do I remove the component reservation?

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 03:59 PM


    Usually when you did not reach the upper or lower limits of the order, reservation ermains open.. so first otion to clean up all reservation linkedto the order is to set TECO status. if it did not clean up all reservation may be caused becuase there are open items in another screen or being handle by another user.

    So you can remove the TECO, and TECO the order once again, just ensure there are no other screen using the order or material.

    Next option is to delete the reservation directly via MB22. sometimes this option is not possible, normally when Reservations are created automatically by the system, in this case only deleting the source of the reservation.

    Final option is to clean only the reservation for a given material, just go to the ordern in change mode, and then to the material details, and set the flag "on" for the field "Final Issue".

    Hope this helps.


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  • Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 09:26 AM

    Hi John Mastram,

    When you execute TECO for a productionorder, all the reservation will be cleared.

    In you case what I feel is there may be some sharing access i.e some user might have processed the traansactions relevant to the material.

    I suggest you to Revoke the TECO and execute again.

    Thanks and regards


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