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SOP flexible planning

Dear All,

Please give me the steps required for implimenting SOP flexible planning.And what is the difference between SOP and Longterm Planning.

Regards,

Rajesh.

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2008 at 07:35 AM

    hi

    please follow the link

    http://help.sap.com/printdocu/core/Print46c/en/Data/htm/english.htm

    and find SOP and LTP

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  • Posted on Dec 16, 2008 at 11:45 AM

    dear colleague,

    -you have to create your infostructure, using the key figures and characteristics tha you want.

    -After this you can create the planning type based on the infostructure.

    -Now you can create the planning hierarchy.

    -You have to define the proportional factor of the members of the planning hierarchy.

    -you can go to MC94, planning table to plan.

    -you can transfer to demand management in Mc8g.

    this thread is very extensive, the steps with all the details would be too long to write.

    if you have specific doubts of one of the steps,

    please point it out.

    Regarding you second question (please bear in mind that only one question must be processed by thread) , you should create another thread.

    neverhteless I can advance that the purpose is different.

    In SOP/flexible planning you have your planning table to determinate whcih will be the final PIR to be tranfered to the Demand Management. In this step you have macros, and tools to correct the sales 'key figure' and adjust it to the final qty that you want to produce.

    In the long term planning you analyze the impact that would have the MRP in Purchasing , stock and accounting modules.

    In Long term planning you begin with the qty to be produced and you "transfer" its impact to the subsequents modules.

    Pelase set the thread as asnwered , or reply with your specifc doubts,

    please give the points to the useful answers of this thread,

    thanks

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 12:47 PM

    Dear colleague, we havenĀ“t any comment from your side about the last comment ,

    therefore we consider that the thread was answered

    please mark the questions as answered and give the points to the useful replies.

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