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MRP output for dual procured item with some existing firmed delivery items

we having an item (eg. A) which is dual procured one (i.e as Local & Subcontracting procurement).Because of capacity constraint at Subcontracting vendor we have negotiated with the Local Vendor in such a way that he will deliver 10000 for Aug, 50000 for Spet & 40000 for Oct & the balance requirement in the respective months should be procured through subcontracting vendor. Also for the above mentioned quantities already PO is created with delivery schedules as above for each month.now the requirement for A is Aug:98000, Sept:150000, Oct:150000, Nov:150000 & Dec:425000 & already there is a P.O for 98000 on Subcontracting vendor whose delivery is in Aug. with these requirements & above receipts (P.O on Local Vendor), we are expecting system to give a PR in Sept on Subcontracting vendor for 100000 piecies. But system is rescheduling the P.O on Local vendor in Oct & giving a PR (Subcontracting) for 60000 piecies. Can any help how should we restrict system not consider the Oct receipt for Sept Month & give a PR (Subcontracting) for 10000 piecies. I have tried the entire scneario with Quota Arrangement also. But system is again considering the Oct's P.O & subtracting the requirement & then splitting the remaining qty as per the Quota.

Can any one help please.

Thanks in advance

Regards,

SVR

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  • Posted on Aug 06, 2009 at 02:28 PM

    Hi,

    Rescheduling logic can be controlled via customization definitions (transaction OPPQ), in such a way that the system will not consider future receipts, or limit the horizon in which it happens.

    Regards,

    Mario

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