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Different ATP categories for Reservations

Folks,

Under ATP Categories, I had observed that there are different entries for Reservations as shown below

AM-ProdRes

AN-PrdRes (w)

AO-PrdRes (N)

AP-MatRes(WN)

AQ-ProdRes

AR-ProdRes(W)

AS-ProdRes(N)

AT-MatRes(WN)

AU-OrdRes

AV-OrdRes(W)

AW-OrdRes

AX-OrdRes (W)

Whats is the difference between each of these categories as basically all of them pertain to reservations and how they are distinguished?

Any ideas folks ?

TIA

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    Sep 16, 2008 at 01:01 AM

    Hi Pat ,

    Can see differnace between all your category in table /SAPAPO/ATP03.

    They differ based on field : Category Type ,MRP element ,Relevnt Subloc.,BkOrder procg ,R/3 Object ,No ATP Chck Allw.

    Some having Category Type 1 Receipts

    other having Category Type requirement :2 Requirements.

    Although all have same R/3 object reservation.

    Client Category Category Type Sort String MRP element Relevnt Subloc. BkOrder procg R/3 Object No ATP Chck Allw

    023 AM 2 30 MR X 7

    023 AN 2 30 MR X 7

    023 AO 2 30 MR X X 7

    023 AP 2 30 MR X X 7

    023 AQ 1 30 MR 7

    023 AR 1 30 MR 7

    023 AS 1 30 MR X 7

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    Sep 16, 2008 at 02:58 AM

    Any idea on what N, WN, W stands for ?

    Edited by: Pat Connolly on Sep 16, 2008 4:59 AM

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      I am having trouble finding how and where to invoke the 'where used list'. How can I do this ?

      So isn't there any way to find the table name by clicking on F1 on a screen field and when it return structure name and not the table name ????

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    Sep 16, 2008 at 02:58 AM

    Any idea on what N, WN, W stands for ?

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