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Capcity Laveling with Rescheduled in

Dear SAPGurus,

We are doing Capacity leveling using CM21.Now After MPS run we got plan orders for our Finished Products (MTO as well as MTS).Now Problem is for some of the orders we got exception msg. 10 (Reschedule in) reason is some of the components are not available on that scheduled date.So my requirement is during capacity leveling system also take care of that exception msg. meaning is material should be available along with capacity on that dispatch date.

Regards,

Dhaval

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    Posted on Mar 19, 2009 at 05:23 AM

    Hi

    To my idea can u please try the T-Code CM22 hope it will help u to dispatch as per your requirments ..

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    Posted on Mar 19, 2009 at 05:05 AM

    Hi Dhaval,

    This need can be met in APO.

    I read through some article where they discussed about this, where it mentioned that MRP & Capacity planning address their specific areas, but does not do a combination of resource & capacity checking. Not able to recollect off hand, will check & post back the link if am able to trace it.

    Regards,

    Vivek

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    • Former Member Dhaval Choksi

      Hi Dhaval,

      The article which i was referring to is SAP Help. In APO there is Capable-to-Match Planning an extract of that reads as below:

      Concurrent Material and Capacity Planning

      Unlike classical MRP, where infinite material and capacity can be made available, CTM takes into account available supply as well as the current capacity profile simultaneously.

      I believe the above would be the right solution for your exact need.

      Regards,

      Vivek

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