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Purchase Order and Stock requirement List

Apr 24 at 07:30 AM

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Hi Experts,

I have this scenario.We created a production order PO#12345, and we convert it to subcontracting Pur Ord PO#67890, But we checked that one of the component is out of stock, so we changed the BOM of Production order and the Purchase Order.We just replaced the component.

component ABC to component DEF

The problem is when we checked the stock/requirement list of the component DEF, it becomes 2 requirements with different provision number.The first provision number is tag to production order 12345 then the other provision number is tag to Pur Ord 67890. I'm expecting that since PO12345 and Pur Ord 67890 is linked or came from same requirement it will just show 1 requirement for the component DEF.

Thanks in advance

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Asif Habib Apr 24 at 10:12 AM
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Hi Mark,

Since your scenario has subcontracting process in it, I hope it has both Plant segment and Subcontracting Segment requirements.

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Mark S. Apr 25 at 03:49 AM
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Hi Sir Asif,

Im new as a PP Consultant, Can you please explain what is plant segment and subcontracting segment?

In my scenario, the system is considering the new components as a new seperate requirement.

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Sam Su
Apr 25 at 06:02 AM
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Hi Mark,

You may check the following KBA:

https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/1920439

If you have any further questions, please show the MD04 screen so we could see more detailed informtion.

Best regards,
Sam

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Mark S. Apr 27 at 03:00 AM
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Hi Sam Su,

Screenshot #1 Production order

Screenshot #2 Purchase Order.

Those scrrenshots are connected, they are in the same order.

PO# 200008062 with Purchase order# 4300006424.

We deleted 1 component and add a new one in the Production order, then we deleted 1 component and add a new one in Purchase order. We didn't use the read PP function.

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Caetano Almeida
Apr 27 at 02:01 PM
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Hello

It is probably a database inconsistency. The following WIKI provides a solution for inconsistent dependent requirements:

https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/ERPMan/Inconsistencies+for+planning+elements+and+display+problems+on+transaction+MD04

If you are able to reproduce this kind of issue, I suggest you to open an incident to SAP, so that the developers can provide a permanent solution.

Regards,

Caetano

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Mark S. May 03 at 11:45 AM
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Thanks Sir Caetano.

My theory is, when I change the component in production order, the system is considering that change is a another requirement, then when i change the component in Purchase Order the system also considered it as a new requirement.

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Hello

If you are able to reproduce this in your system and recreate this inconsistency, then you should open an incident to SAP. Otherwise, if this happened once and you cannot recreate the issue, they should use the report to fix the inconsistency.

Regards,

Caetano

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