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Difference b/w CO15 and CO11N

Hi all,

What is the specific difference between the two and in what scenarios are they used specifically?

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Sachin

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  • Posted on Nov 04, 2008 at 10:47 AM

    Dear,

    CO15 is order header level confirmation. where in you will confirm the total order in one stroke. You will not enter operation details such as yield and scrap in detail.

    But CO11N is operation level confirmation. Where in you will confirm every operation and the yield and operation are confirmed at every stage.

    Suppose say you have 10-15 opeartions in that order,if you confirm via CO15 then all the operations will get automatically confirmed with the planned data maintained in the routing.

    Hope this will clear you doubt. Come back if you need more details

    Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

    Edited by: R Brahmankar on Nov 4, 2008 4:17 PM

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    Posted on Nov 04, 2008 at 11:46 AM

    Hi,

    You can do confirmation by either CO11N or CO15

    CO11N-- -this specific for operation confirmation ex: I have 3 operations, while doing operation 1 my output is 90% -good and 10% is rework so I am going to Confirm 90% and rest I will confirm afetr rework

    and in CO15 I will do it Straight away for order header

    Main difference is you keep a good track of your product and quality if you do operation wise.

    Thanks

    Satya

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    Posted on Nov 07, 2008 at 07:48 AM

    Thanks a lot for the answers. I am now closing this question.

    Sachin

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