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Dear All,

We find many times that work order requirement dates of materials is in the past which is illogical. We are wasting time in asking end user to correct. How we can do any enhancement so the date is error message when selecting in the past.

Secondly we have develpoed If the status is u201CBLOC Blocked for approvalu201D then system restrict GI creation. When end user comes to warehouse to collect material and cannot be issued due to u201CBLOCu201D . Changes in config. are necessary since system is restricting GI creation / withdrawal of materials from warehouse. Since it is restricting to withdraw material which is equal to unrelease work order then why this should come under MRP.

Can you please tell me the solution for above two MM issues



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  • Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 06:14 AM


    how come the requirement date is in past ,either you have entered the basic start date in past ,if you dont want to start in past then in IMG make the start date in past as ZERO ( OPU7) .

    for second instance i think you have created the user status as BLOC ,if that is the case then ask your user to change the status of another one which permit the GI



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    • Peter Atkin Thyagarajan Krishnamurthy

      For those order with dates in the past, try rescheduling them with a date in the future (header and/or operation dates).

      YOUR company has decided that the BLOC status is set under particular circumstances. If these settings are affecting the processing of orders, then you need to challenge the system design.


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