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Stock transfers in Deployment ATI

Hi,

I have the following scenario with one plant and 1 DC working in SNP standard book 9ASNP94(1):

1. I have demand today at DC

2. I run SNP DRP and I got a stock transfer req. (category BH) created at the plant for tomorrow as my transportation time is 24 Hrs.

3. My plant's PPDS has a planning time fence of 2 days and so the PPDS does not create any orders as the demand falls with in 2 days (planning time fence).

4. Here is my question:

Deployment ATI (category ATI) does not include BH (only AYBIBMBREDEGEHEJEKEQER).

When it comes to deployment as there are no receipts, and deployment does not consider stock transfer order and so the ATI = 0.

Since no production planned, ATR = 0

So finally my ATD = ATR - ATI = 0.

My issue is that the stock transfer is just left out at the plant! why? The SAP category group ZTI does not include BH. Is there any logical reason behind this??

Thanks.

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 08:44 AM

    What is your expected result from the deployment i that situation?

    Kind regards,

    Christian

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      Hi Christian,

      Please correct me if I am wrong. From what I understand, the demand at DC is nothing but the SNP stock transfer requisition at plant. Deployment, depending on the distribution type in production master, considers the demand at the DC and pushes the ATD qty. and so if it also considers the stock transfers at the plant, then it is double counting the demand...is that right??

      Thanks.

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