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Make to Order

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What is Make to Order?and what are the Configuration Settings Required in Make to Order?

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 06:56 AM

    Hi..

    Visit below link-

    Make-to-Order Production with Variant Configuration

    http://help.sap.com/bp_blv1600/V5600/BBLibrary/HTML/147_EN_IN.htm

    Make-to-Order Production without Variant Configuration

    http://help.sap.com/bp_blv1600/V5600/BBLibrary/HTML/148_EN_IN.htm

    Regds

    MM

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 06:56 AM

    Hi ,

    Pls refer below for Make to Order Configuration Settings OVZG - Defining Requirements Classes SD

    Requirements: Availability X

    Requirement Transfer X

    Allocation ind. 2

    Assembly

    Special Stock E

    Account assignment

    Acct Assgt Cat. M

    Changeable 0

    2. Maintain-->Account Assignment/Costing -->Basic Functions -->Sales and Distribution Requirement Classes For costing/Account Assignment

    Assembly/Requirements

    Assembly type 0

    Account assignment

    Acct Assgt Cat. M

    Valuation M

    Without Val. Strategy X

    3. OVZH - Defining Requirements Types

    4. VOV8 - Defining Sales Document Types

    5. Sales and Distribution Assign sales Area to Sales-->Sales Document Header -->Sales Documents -->Sales Document Types

    6. VOV7 - Maintaining Item Categories Sales Documents -->Sales

    7. Sales and Distribution Assign Item Categories-->Sales Document Item

    8. VTFA / VTAA - Copy Control: For Billing document and Sales document

    9. KE4I - Assigning SD Conditions to CO-PA Value Fields

    10. VOK0 - Pricing Procedure Setup for MTO Sales

    For Further details Make a small search in sdn forum :

    [MAKE TO ORDER|make-to-order]

    Edited by: SHESAGIRI.G on Sep 22, 2008 12:27 PM

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 07:01 AM

    Make to Order means that the company does not manufacture to stock but to order specifications. This process involves SD, MM and PP so it would be a bit difficult to give you the entire configuration settings in one post.

    Please check this documentation:

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp60_sp/helpdata/en/70/a7853478616434e10000009b38f83b/frameset.htm

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 07:30 AM

    Hi there,

    There will be some high end items which are manufactured only upon order, Business willnot maintain a stock of those items. As & when the order comes, we will manufacture / assemble the parts to fulfill the delivery.

    Pls refer for further info.

    http://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_03/helpdata/EN/dd/5600b1545a11d1a7020000e829fd11/frameset.htm

    Regards,

    Sivanand

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 08:02 AM

    Hi,

    Make to Order without assembly processing-

     Production Order is generated from planned order.

     Make to order without assembly processing is characterized by the fact that materials are not available in the warehouse but produced especially for a particular sales order.

     An individual Customer requirement is generated from the sales order item and transferred to material planning.

     We can use material planning run to plan requirements, once this has been done production is carried out. The system returns the confirmed quantity and delivery date from production order to sales order.

     After the product has been manufacture, goods receipt is posted in the sales order stock which is a special stock, and which can only be used for a specific sales order.

    Make to Order with assembly processing-

     Production Order is generated from sales order (No need material planning run).

     The individual components for the final product have already been produced; we only need to assemble the component according to the customeru2019s requirement.

    Configuration setting

    MAKE TO ORDER PRODUCTION (PROCESS FLOW)

    First Create a material with MM

    Basic data1:

    Give Material name : Cycle

    Material group : 010

    Division : MA

    Net Weight : 10 Kg's

    Gross Weight : 10Kgs.

    Sales: Sales org.1 :

    Base Unit of Measure : EA

    Delivering Plant : RAMA

    Output Tax : 1 ( Full tax)

    Sales: General/Plant :

    Availability Check : 01 ( Daily Requirements)

    Trans.,group : 001

    Loading Group : 0003

    MRP 1:

    MRP Group : 020 ( Make to Order Production)

    MRP type : PD (MRP)

    MRP controller : 000

    Lot size : EX ( Lot-for-Lot order quantity)

    MRP 2:

    In-house Production : 1

    Schedule Margin Key : 000

    Forecasting:

    Forecast Model : D (Constant Model)

    Accounting 1:

    Price control : V ( Variable Price)

    Variable Price : 4000

    Price Unit : 1

    Then enter & Save.

    Material 769 created.

    Create a Sales order with VA;

    Order type : OR

    Sales Organization : RAMA

    Distribution Channel : RA

    Division : MA

    Sales Office : RAMA

    Sales Group : RAM, .............. Enter

    Sold to Party: 6000000000

    PO number : 55 , PO Date : 04.06.2007.

    Item Overview Tab:

    Material 769, Quantity : 100

    Enter & Save the Document.

    Sales Order 8212 Created

    Create Production Order with CO:

    Enter Sales order number: 8212, Item No. 10

    Order type: PP, Enter

    Click on FLAG,

    Select Generate Operation and enter NO,

    save the Document.

    Production Order Created: 60002725

    Confirm the Production Order with CO15.

    Enter Production Order No. 600075 and save the Document.

    Now the confirmation Order will be saved.

    Create Goods Receipts with MB31.

    Movement type: 101

    Order: 6002725

    Plant: RAMA

    Storage Location: RAMA

    Enter and Save, you will get Document Posted: 50000068931posted.

    Check the Stock Position with MMBE

    Material: 769

    Plant: RAMA

    Storage Location: RAMA

    Execute (F8), here we can see the stock at Sales Order Stock.

    Create Delivery with VL01N, Billing with VF01 and Post to Accounts.

    Process Flow

    1. Planning a Product

    T.code: MD61

    Planned Independent Logistics Production  Production Planning Demand ManagementRequirements Create

    2. Creating a Sales Order

    T.code: VA01

    Sales Order Create Logistics Sales and Distribution 

    3. Executing Multi-Level Requirements Planning

    T.code: MD02

    From the MRP node, chooseSingle Item - Multi-Level Planning

    4. Converting the Planned Order into a Production Order

    Tcode: MD04

    From the MRP node, choose

    EvaluationsStock/Reqmts list

    5. Withdrawing the Material for the Production Order

    T.code: MB1A

    Issue Logistics GoodsMaterials Management Inventory Management Goods Movement

    6. Confirming the Production Order

    T.code: CO11N

    For Operation Logistics Time Ticket Production  Production Control Confirmation Enter

    7. Creating a Delivery

    T.code: VL01N

    Shipping and Transportation Single Document Reference to Sales OrderLogistics Sales and Distribution With Outbound Delivery Create

    8. Creating a Billing Document

    T.code: VF01

     Logistics Create Sales  Billing Billing document

    Thanks

    Bhushan

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