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Purchase order issue

Hi all,

in my scenario i have got reservation in my "md04" list. after running MRP i got respective PR for all reservation as i made a setting for Fixed lot size."1"

Like wise in a day iam getting eg.50 reservation > i got 50 Purchase requisition -> converted into 50 Purchase Order

Now the client requirement is that.they have only 40 qty with in the supplying plant.

they require some allocation program like satisfying only 40 PO's rather than fulfill ing all PO.

Is ther any possiblity in standard SAP to say these are the prioritized PO so we can issue goods against that PO only for that day.

I suggested FIFO rules like in ascending order they can fulfill each po while Viewing in MD04.

but client requirment is that ...they wan to see some page were only40 Prioritized PO should be vied and they will issue against that PO. and stock should get updated in MD04.

thanks

s.suresh

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    Posted on Apr 01, 2009 at 09:35 AM

    Hi

    What is the definition of 'priortize' here? How will system identifies whom to priorotize? There should be some criteria for that, could you please explain on that?

    Amol

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      I recieved 50 purchase order ..but got 40 item i want to satisfy some high valued customer ( like maximum calls for service) first. then for the remaining PO.

      If u still got dought CRM ( servise order on the basis of call) ->Middle ware internal order number -> R/3 reservation ->mrp ->PR ->PO< ---GI for that PO

      Like wise i ll get large number of PO...i got to give priority to issue ceratin PO at the begining and issuing to remaining with the balance stock.

      Regards

      suresh

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