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Can someone explain me how the demand flow from one location to other location in SNP.

I mean i have

Location A - Subcontractor Location.

Location B - Production Location

Location C- DC.

I have maintained transportation lane between B & C.

I have loaded my planning book at location C. When i enter some values in Dis.Receipt KF for the part number at location C, The system automatically creates a Purchase Requisition at Location B.The procurement type defined in the Product Master at location C is F.But how the system raise the Purchase Requisition to Location B ? I have not maintained Quota arrangement too.

Does transportation lane which is maintained between B&C plays the role here to flow the demand from B&C ?

Or Apart from Transportation lanes is some other factor responsible for this ?

Please explain.



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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 05:16 AM


    It's correct

    Since u maintained transportation lane between B&C as start location as B and destination location as C. So whenever there is a demand in plant c, it will generate a PR in plant B. Procurement process or production process should happen in Plant B.

    Pls check yr tranportation lane for the same.

    Hope you are clear now



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