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MRP generated Released PR's getting deleting after MRP Run next time

HI SAP Gurus,

MRP generated Released PR's getting deleting after MRP Run next time .

How to protect Realeased PR from getting deleted.

Thanks

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    Posted on Nov 10, 2008 at 02:04 PM

    it is design that they get deleted with next MRP run if the basis for their creation is not given anymore.

    Example.

    you material A has a reorder point.

    your stock falls below reorder point .

    MRP creates a requisition.

    Buyers are lazy and dont convert the requisition to a PO before the next MRP run starts.

    In the meantime warehouse people have conducted a physical count and found stock , so total stock of this material is above the reorder now.

    Next MRP run recodgnizes the change and deletes the requisition.

    Do you really want to procure stock for requisitions are not necessary to be procured anymore?

    If the requisition is firmed (fixed) then MRP will not delete them with next run. A manually changed requisition get automatically the fixed indicator.

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  • Posted on Nov 10, 2008 at 02:03 PM

    Hello,

    During MRP runyou have option for Planning mode . If you select 3 (Delete and recreate planning data).

    System will delete Unfirmed PRs and it will create new for the next requirement.

    Regards,

    Shailesh Mackwan.

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