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Component addition in Production order.

Iam doing Sales order Mrp. After that planned order is converted into production order.

Bom components appear in pegged requirements.

In production order change mode I delete some components and refresh MD04. Components disappear from pegged requirement. It is ok

Now In production order change mode I add some components and refresh MD04. Components does not appear in pegged requirement.

I do MRP again but Components does not appear in pegged requirement.

How to get components in Pegged requirement list??

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2008 at 01:50 PM

    Hi,

    You need to run the MRP using T-code MD03, and the newly added material. When you have added the new component in your production order, it will create a reservation for that component. The next time when you run the MRP, the system will create the planned order for that component. Since the component is not maintained in the BOM, the system unable to plan the component by BOM explosion.

    Regards,

    V. Suresh

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    • Former Member mayuresh bhurke

      Hi,

      Why requirement for new component does not get added when MD50 is carriied out??

      While running MRP using T-code MD50, The system will explode BOM and it will do the net reqmt calculations. Since the newly added component is not part of the BOM, that is the reason it is not considered.

      After doing Plant level MRP requirement for that component gets generated but it does not appear in pegged requirement of header material??

      When you add the component in the production order, it will create the reservation. In the next MRP run only this reservation will be considered and it will plan.

      Regards,

      V. Suresh

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