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MRP for Nonvaluated materials!

Hi all,

I need to run MRP for Nonvaluated materials, but unfortunally SAP Standard does not have this possibility.

I asked the oppinion of SAP about this issue, and they have sugested to use:


- Method CHANGE_MDPSX_MDBS (for POs and scheduling lines)

- Method CHANGE_MDPSX_MDUB (for the PO release)

Does anyone allready tried this scenario?

Do you have any other sugestion for this problem?

Thanks in advance!

Best Regards


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    Former Member
    Sep 11, 2008 at 03:13 PM


    Please note that you can use MRP for non valuated material(material type UNBW) Material type attributes in OMS2 transaction, select the MRP tabpage.

    Cretae a material with MRP views...and run MRP it works.....

    please try and come back

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Dear Rajesha Vittal

      The result of MD05 (in Engluish =)) is the follow:

      Non-evaluated Material

      24.07.2008 POitem PES824 /00001 20 10 1.000


      24.07.2008 = Date

      POitem = MRP Element

      PES824 = MRP Elemente Data (PES824=PO nº)

      20 = Exception

      10 = Qtd.

      1000 = Available Qtd.

      Evaluated Material

      16.10.2007 POitem PES551 /00001 07 12 1.707

      16.10.2007 Ord.DS PES551 /00001 12- 1.695

      I quote what I had previously said:

      "I verified that, in stock transport orders for nonvaluated materials

      consumption, the MRP planning considers the quantities of both MRP

      elements u201COrd.DSu201D and u201CPOitemu201D as available quantity.

      For stock transport orders of valuated materials consumption, the

      system as a different behaviour: u201CPOitemu201Dquantity is not considered as

      available quantity.

      Why doesnu2019t the system have the same behaviour for valuated and

      nonvaluated materials?

      In both situations, valuated and nonvaluated materials, the u201CPOitemu201D

      consumption quantity is not a stockable quantity, so it shouldnu2019t be

      onsidered as available quantity."

      In conclusion, system behavior acts differently, accordingly the material type! And SAP says "...Works as Designed..." but in my opinion does not make much sence.

      Look forward to hear from you!



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    Former Member
    Sep 17, 2008 at 02:47 PM

    Hi all!

    Anyone could help with this problem?



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    • Former Member Former Member

      Dear Rajesha,

      The Plant (or MRP AREA) are the same in the two samples (evaluated Vs non-evaluated materials)...therefore, the answer to your question is yes, it is the same company!

      THNKS for all your help!