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Production order settings


I am trying to simulate a discrete scenarion in sandbox.

I am facing major problem at every stage sice the sandbox config is mainly setup for discrete scenario.

I hv somehow created an order type for my plat(pp01)

However ,i am not able to release the order due to costing errors(Costing variant),Relaease strategy not defined etc.

So gurus cud u pls guide me(briefly) with T'code to setup discrete configs.

Thankyou in advance

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2009 at 08:32 AM

    Hi GURUS,

    pls note that aftr every step in production order processing,u can check the error log from the top menu bar.That will giv u lots of info.However tehse r few cofig settings.the most imp being OPL8.There are few steps which may need Fi-CO inetervention.

    a) In MM of header material ,ensure that u hav maintained work scheduling view and appropriate prodn scheduler

    b)Ensure that the order type that u use is compatible with Task list type'n,,Bom application etc,t code:opl8

    c)I guess u are talking of availabllity check procedures during creation of order and release of order,cos,i faced a similar problem.GOTO t'code:OPJK and ensure that the order control parameters(availability) are assigned for u r plant)

    d)Confirmation parametres aslo is must in dicrete,t code:opk4.Remember u can copy settings from other plants as well.

    e)Scheduling parameters , t'code:opju

    f)ensure that u r costing variant assigned to ur plant picks up u r relvent task list type and bom in t code:OKKN.

    Pls update on this



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    Posted on Jan 13, 2009 at 01:48 PM


    There is no release strategy functionality in production order. You can use the standard costing variant for your production order.


    V. Suresh

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