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PP order date issue

Hi PP Gurus,

Iam creating production order via T-code CO01 and have 3 operation in the production order. In the routing the leadtimes in maintained for each operation like 15 days.The schedule type is forward scheduling.

When i create production order the order scheduled date is calculating accroding to the lead time maintained in the routing. But the finish date is always one day difference from the scheduled date.

If i create production via MD04 system will consider the plan in house time in the MRP view 2 and calculate the basic finish date but we are creating manaully.

Pl advice why this one day difference

Thanks in Advance


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    Posted on Jul 23, 2008 at 03:47 AM


    Check the finish time of the production order.

    Assume your production finish date is 22.07.2008 in CO01. But in MD04 the requirement date is 23.07.2008. 1 day difference will come. This is not a 24 hours diiference.

    Check the production finish date & time in CO02. Time is near to 24:00. System assume your req date is 23.07.2008 & 00:00 time.

    So it is almost near.



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      The production order scheduled finish date is 28.07.2008 Time is 04:00 and the Basic finish date is 29.07.2008 Time is 00:00.

      These both dates are same.

      Because 28.07.2008 finishing time is 04:00. From 04:00 to 24:00 time is available in 28.07.08. But system can not use this time. If you want to use this time manually you have to adjust capacity by CM21.

      Basic finish date is 29.07.2008 Time 00:00 is equal to 28.07.08 time 24:00

      I hope you understood.



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