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Exception message 64

I am getting exception message 64 i.e order finish date after production finish date.

what is the reason.

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sailendra

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2008 at 05:00 AM

    Hi,

    Exception Message 64 is Production finish date after order

    finish date.

    Basic Scheduling:

    The system calculates the order start date and finish from your

    reqmts date based on the GR Processing time, inhouse production time and opening period defined in the schedule margin key.

    Lead time scheduling :

    The systems calculates the production start date and finish date from the times defined in the routing.

    Always your production start date/ finish date should lie within

    the order start date/ finish date.

    Since in your case the production finish date is outside the order finish date the system is giving the Exception message 64.

    Now by using the Reduction strategy you can bring the production finish date lies within the order finish date.

    Regards,

    nandha

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 04:38 AM

    Hi,

    The order start date and finish date are based on inhouse production time in Material master, but the production start date and finish date are based on Routing, so if there is in consistency between In house production time and routing time this error occurs. Check the inhouse production time and enter a bigger value in same, if the order quantity is expected to large always.

    Please maintain reduction strategy Tcode opu3 / opu5.

    Or schedule the routing and update material master by CA96.

    Please try and come if any problem.

    Regards,

    R.Brahmakar

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