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ATP : Scope of check planned order

Dear guru

In the ATP scope of check with inclusion planned orders I have also option B : only check planned order that are completely confirmed.

What does it mean completely confirmed ?

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 02:22 PM

    Setting in scope of check is set to only consider completely confirmed planned orders

    After some further testing with a 3 level BOM...

    C > B > A, Each level has a planned order

    When all 3 levels are shortage free, the availability check confirms each planned order as being 100% complete.

    Creating a partial shortgage on planned order C will confirm planned orders B and A as 0% complete and planned order C as partially complete.

    Creating a partial shortage on planned order B will confirm C as complete, B as partially complete and A as 0% complete.

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    Posted on Jun 26, 2008 at 12:28 AM

    completely firmed means orders which has got firming indicator.

    see functionaly Planned orders are not a confirmed order. same way in SAP.

    now if u change something i planned order, quanity change date change. that means you are going to act on that plant order (functionly also) then in it get firmed. you can see this in SAP with firming indicator.

    and in MPS scenario, the orders which falls under the planning time fence get firmed after MPS run. since planning time fence indicate that, you dont want any planning change in that perticular time horizon and system should not change the orders falling in that period. (manual changes can be done anytime)

    Regards,

    Pravin Mukkawar.

    SCM consultant

    TCS

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    Posted on Jun 26, 2008 at 04:11 AM

    Hi ,

    First case : When you make any manual changes( qty or dates) to planned order it become firmed . You can see asterisk sign in MD04 screen . That indirectly means user wants to go ahead with that planned order.

    This planned order will be considered in the availability check as receipt element ( + ve stock ) .

    2 ) Depending on mrp type p1, p2, p3 and p4 or MPS type m1,m2,m3,m4 planned orders will get firmed .

    Some automatic and some manually confirmed and will be considered in availability check .

    IF satisfied , reward and close .

    Neal

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    Posted on Jun 26, 2008 at 07:02 AM

    Dears ,

    thanks but i don't understand.

    What's the difference in ATP check include planned order between :

    A check firmed planned order only

    B only check planned order that are completely confirmed

    bye.

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      Hi Cons ,

      I tried to find information about firmed and completely firmed planned orders , but couldnu2019t get satisfactory info .

      I think they both refer to different scenario :

      1)Planned order in discrete ( convertible ) having order type LA that is stock order which we discussed before .

      2) Planned orders in repetitive manufacturing ( unconvertible ) having order type PE that is run schedule quantity . This case after MFBF planned order will be completely confirmed .

      I am just guessing , what do you think members ???

      Neal

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    Posted on Jul 01, 2008 at 02:41 PM

    do you help me ?

    thanks.

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2008 at 12:21 PM

    closed

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