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[Help] - MD01, MD02 and Planed Orders

Hello SAP gurus, I have a problem with transactions MD01, MD02 and the Planed Orders.

Scenario:

I have a IndReq of quantity 10 UN for a material. When I run MRP (MD01) with Scheduling 2, SAP creates a Planed Order of quantity 10 UN and create capacity requirement in the work center.

If I run MRP again in MD01 but with scheduling 1, SAP does nothing!!! - This is my problem...

But, if I run mrp again in MD02 for material with scheduling 1, SAP deletes the capacity requirement for the work center...

Note that, I never change the IndReq.

Can someone help me with this?

Thanks in advance,

Adelmo Silva

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2008 at 02:28 PM

    Hi Silva,

    In MD02 t-code are you using planning mode parameter as a 3(delete and recreate planning data).Please use 1(Adapt planning data)

    Ravi.M

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2008 at 02:28 PM

    Hi,

    If you use the Scheduling 1, Then the inhouse production time will be taken from the material master( What ever you maintain in the MRP 2 View Scheduling). And if you use scheduling 2, Then it will take the time from the work center and it will create capacity planning also.

    Both MD01, MD02 scheduling view will have the same effect.

    Hope it wil be helpful.

    Regards,

    Vijay.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Prasad,

      MD01 or MD02, we are running the same Programe,

      MD01 is for a total Plant or a group of plants, so the number of materials are going to be huge.so the planning file entry makes more sense here rather than at MD02 , where only one material with its Componenets are being planned.

      Irrespective of the Transaction, when we run the MRP , checking the planning file entry makes sense as it optmises the system load.

      Regards

      Ratan

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