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PRT Scenario in Production

Dear All,

Following is my scenario,

I have a small die mapped as an Equipment PRT in SAP which is having a life of 100 strokes.1 stroke generates 1 pc of a material A.I have assgined this PRT in routing of A .

the usage formula used is( Std. usage value x operation qty.)/Base qty.The std. usage value for 1 Pc of A is defined as 1 ea of PRT

Also in PRT master, measuring point is used. A characteristic of neumric data type with unit EA has been assigned and it is marked as counter.An initail measuring doucument with counter reading as 100 has been posted.Iam assuming tht this is the life of a PRT.Am I correct here?

Now when I create a Production Order of A for 10 Pc,system automatically proposes 10 EA as std. usage reqmt.(based on the formula defined),but when I confirm my production then PRT usage value should also be decreased by 10 and a measuring doc. of 10 should get posted.Kindly guide.This is a standard SAP Scenario,but Iam stuck.Full Points will be awarded.

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 08:51 AM

    Dear Stuchi,

    Your logical flow is correct

    You need to assign characteristics same as that of the production order to measuring point then the confirmation qty gets counter updation

    Ref link

    http://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_03/helpdata/EN/7e/d4180d455911d189400000e8323c4f/frameset.htm

    Ramesh

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