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Capacity problem in production order

Hi Friends

I am facing a serious problem in capacity evaluation. After MRP run with scedulling as 2. After this I am able to see the capacity in respective work centers for the planned orders. But when converted to production order I am not able to see. When I checked the order it is showing as "Order 60003310 has no requirements in the eval.period, so there is no display".

I dont have any clue as whats happening since the capacity is there till it is a planned order. Any suggestion?

Thanks & regds

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 05:01 AM

    Hi,

    Please check the following setting,

    Capacity Leveling Profile. Define time profile in OPD2.

    Define the strategy profile in OPDB

    Define the Overall profiles in OPD0

    SAP standard profile are as,

    Selection profile SAPSFCS005

    Control profile SAP__C001

    Time profile ZTIME

    Evaluation profile SAP__A001

    Strategy profile SAP__T001

    Period profile SAP__P002

    Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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    • Former Member R Brahmankar

      Hi Brahmankar

      There is no prod scheduling profile used. Still the problem is there.

      Any how I am rewarding for giving some helpful hints. Hope u will continue furthur.

      Did u see the LTP problem I have mentioned in this thread. Pls help me to resolve.

      Thanks & Regds

      B N Rath

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 04:47 AM

    Hi,

    Check the order type where your checking the capacity or not,

    you need to put tick on capacity check,

    Check the scheduling profile & production scheduler assing in Material master .

    To through all the config settings and check the capacity while releasing the order.

    Hope you get some idea,

    Thanks and regards

    E.Rambabu

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