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Pegging area

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Can any body elaborate about pegging area

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    Posted on May 25, 2009 at 12:34 PM

    Hi Sasi,

    Pegging area is the Combination of product, location, account assignment object and planning version.

    A requirements, stock or receipt element is in a specific pegging area. Only stock and receipt elements that lie within the same pegging area can be assigned to a requirements element.

    The stock and receipts of a pegging area can only therefore cover the requirements from the same pegging area.

    The pegging area is identical to the planning segment in SAP R/3, with the exception of the planning version. In SAP APO the term "planning segment" is often used as a synonym for "pegging area".

    Pegging can only link requirements elements, stock elements, and receipt elements within a pegging area; that is, the elements must Consume or deliver the same product, Be in the same location, Have the same account assignment, Be planned in the same planning version.

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    R. Senthil Mareeswaran.

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    Posted on May 25, 2009 at 12:30 PM

    Hi,

    Definition: Combination of product, location, account assignment object and planning version.

    A requirements, stock or receipt element is in a specific pegging area. Only stock and receipt elements that lie within the same pegging area can be assigned to a requirements element. The stock and receipts of a pegging area can only therefore cover the requirements from the same pegging area.

    The pegging area is identical to the planning segment in SAP R/3, with the exception of the planning version. In SAP APO the term "planning segment" is often used as a synonym for "pegging area".

    It is a Procedure in Production Planning and Detailed scheduling that establishes the relationship between receipt elements and issue elements of a product within a location. Using pegging, the system assigns the corresponding receipt elements to the requirements.

    Two types of pegging are available:

    Fixed pegging

    Dynamic pegging

    Dynamic Pegging is carried out automatically by the system when planning, if the requirements or receipts situation changes. With dynamic pegging, the system deletes existing pegging relationships and creates new ones. Thus, with dynamic pegging, the assignment of a receipt element to a requirement element is generally not retained for long if the planning changes.

    Fixed Pegging is used if you wish to fix the assignment of a receipt element to a requirements element and if the system should not change this assignment during automatic planning. Fixed pegging relationships are retained during planning and can only be deleted manually.

    Pegging relation ship

    Connection between the receipt element and issue element of a product in a pegging structure. The receipt/issue quantities of a product can differ from one another. In this case, a requirement has to be covered by several receipt elements or an order can cover several requirements. This means that a requirement is connected with several receipt elements by means of pegging or that an order is connected with several issue elements.

    Technically, the pegging relationships between the receipt and issue elements are connected by a 'pegging edge'.

    Pegging Structure

    Structure that is organized according to the BOM structures of all products (materials) involved and describes the planned relationship between receipt elements and issue elements, starting from the original customer requirement down to the receipt element of the raw material at the lowest BOM level of the BOM structure.

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    sreeni

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