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MRP1 VIEW IN MMR

Hi,

I would like to know how can I view all the fields in MRP1 view in the MMR.

I cant able to view some of the fields in this view for e.g. ABC indicator , MRP profile....etc.

I have taken the material type as FERT.

I am getting the error message while creating the MMR, the error message is "Enter MRP controller" for the material type FERT.

And also I tried un selecting MPR views then my material is created but the problem is when I was trying to maintian the stock using MB1C , the error message displaying is "the stock cant maintained for this material".

Please advice me how resolve this issue.

Thanks

ANGKS

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    Posted on Nov 12, 2008 at 06:20 AM

    hi,

    You can check here:

    SPRO --> Logistics General --> MM --> Field selection ---< Fields / field groups...as per this make changes in the :

    SPRO --> Lo- Genral --> MM -->Field selection --> Maintaint Fields for data screens..

    Regards

    Priyanka.P

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    • hi Deepak,

      > I would like to know how can I view all the fields in MRP1 view in the MMR.

      > I cant able to view some of the fields in this view for e.g. ABC indicator , MRP profile....etc.

      > I have taken the material type as FERT.

      TO this i have answered this in my last post...

      AS far as MRP controller is conserned, i know its mandatory....And shd be because the MRP controller only works while making the planning file entry etc..

      Any other issues can revert back...

      Regards

      Priyanka.P

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