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create seperate planned order for requirements at the same date?

Hi, there,

For lot size EX and make-to-stock scenario, SAP will consolidate the

requirements at the same date into one planned order. However,is

it possible to have system create seperate planned order for the reuqirements

at the same date? For example, SO# 1 - 100 pc ,SO#2-90 pc and PIR 20 pc are

at the same date. If lot size is EX and SG is 40, is it possible to have system

generated 3 planned orders instead of one?

B. Regards,

Nancy

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 08:01 AM

    Hi,

    Try with material master MRP4 view, individual/ collective indicator - select 1Individual req only for header material.

    Regards,

    Dharma

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  • Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 08:07 AM

    Hi,

    It is not possible.

    If you use MTO scenarios then only system will create endividual planned orders (if the lot size is EX).

    In MTS, EX and TB (Daily lotsize) are one and the same, system will club the requirements on daily basis and create 1 planned order.

    Regards,

    Siva

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    • Hi,

      Extract from the OSS Note: 550568

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      6. Question:

      There are several requirements on one day. Is it possible that the MRP creates a separate procurement proposal for every requirement?

      Answer:

      Just as for the daily lot size with number of periods = 1 (lot size TB), requirements of one dayare also combined to one procurement proposal for the lot-for-lot order quantities (lot size EX) (see documentation for lot-for-lot order quantity). Separate procurement proposals can only be achieved if you work with make-to-order production. Here, the requirements are managed in separate planning segments of the stock/requirements list.

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      Refer below thread for further details..

      True "Lot for Lot" sizing procedure

      Hope this helps..

      Regards,

      Siva

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