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Hi all,

how rework is done in sap

Plz let me know in step by step procedure

Regards

kumar

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 02:03 PM

    Hi,

    REWORK HANDLING PROCEDURE:

    There are two way one is manual and another is with trigger point (ref operation set)

    1.Create Rework order without material at CO07 with out material .

    2. Assign the settlement receiver as original production order at settlement rule.

    3. Assign the rework material & component if needed at rework order & assign the issue storage location (unrest- use storage location above).

    4. Do the confirmation for rework order & rework material will be issued from stock to order

    5. GR will not be done for rework order. To get stock for reworked material Do the GR for orginal order & settle the both order .

    Another method,

    1. Create a Reference op set in tcode CA11.

    Enter the plant, Description, usage and status

    for the ref op set

    2. Create a Standard trigger point in CO31.(Ex

    Production)

    Enter the Trigger Point usage /Group as FERT.

    3.Tick the Trigger Point Functions.

    4. Enable the indicator create order with Reference .

    5.Enter the system status as PCNF.

    6.The system will says standard trigger point exists from which you can

    select the created Trigger Point (EXx Production)and save.

    7. MD02/MD04.

    8. Convert the Planned Order into Production Order and Release the order.

    9 .Now confirm th ops.

    10. For the last op enter the yield and rework qty

    and set the status as PCNF.

    11. If the status of last op is PCNF then in the

    system a POP UP will appear as Activited by

    Trigger Point /Create order with reference/order

    number/sequence and op number which trigger point

    works and enter.

    12. Now a rework order will be created.

    13. In c003 enter the number which is next to the actual prodn order no.Rework order will be seen.

    Hope this helps.

    Revert if any doubt.

    Award points if useful.

    Regards,

    Tejas

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 01:38 PM

    Hi,

    you have to raise rework order with rework order type, you can select any ref. oprn. set and process in the regular way.

    Madhava

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      Even you can use CO01, and select order type as rework order and proceed. In the component overview, you can retain the whatever the material you want. (Eg.. assembly can be reworked by replacing 2 or 3 items)

      Or you can delete all the material if you don't want any.

      Madhava

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 01:56 PM

    Hi Kumar,

    1. Create an order via co07, give a description, dates & quantity in the inital screen.

    2. Once you click enter, settlement rule page pops up, here specify the parent order as settlement i.e. ORD order no. followed by 100% i.e. full settlement

    3. Create as many operations as required.

    4. Assign components if required.

    5. After all operations, confirm the order & remember there is no GR to be done for this order.

    6. After you confirm the rework order, now post a GR for the parent order for the rework order qty.

    Hope the above steps are clear. You can use reference operations set to trigger a rework order as well, for that refer to the below thread

    rework-order

    Hope the above is helpful.

    Regards,

    Vivek

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