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How changes made in production order will work in Sap for make to order scenario

How Changes in production order dates and changes in components are reflected in terms of dates for child order and new requirement of components.

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 03:49 PM


    In MTO scenario is mainly based on the requirement date. Based on the requirement date, in MRP the system will explode the BOM and based on the in house production time or planned delivery time it will do the backward scheduling. If any changes in the requirement date, once again we need to run the MRP. Then the MRP will adjust the dates automatically. Once the purchase order has been released means that we cant do anything. If it is in planned order, the dates will be adjusted automatically.

    If any of the HALB material got delayed means, you can reschedule the production order. Based on today scheduling it will tell you the completion date.


    V. Suresh

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