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MRP with respect to batch specifications

Dear All,

The scenario is;

We have a raw material for e.g. "C" which is in the BOM's of finished goods for e.g. "A" and "B". "C" has batches C1 & C2 with different specifications. For e.g. batch spec's of "C1" are more suitable to produce "A" and batch specs of "C2" are more suitable to produce "B". We are using the classification functionality for batch determination to assign requisite batch to appropriate process order. For e.g, "C1" will be assigned to process order for "A" and "C2" for process order of "B".

Now with the classification functionality can MRP plan for the raw material "C" at the batch specification levels like C1 & C2?.

If yes then would you be kind enough to explain in details the settings for the same?.

Please let me know the same at your earliest.

Thanking in advance.

Best regards,

Hanish

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    Posted on Aug 06, 2009 at 02:53 PM

    Hi

    Can u please explain selection of C1 or C2 is manual selection or some fixed parameters are there? If it is manual selection then MRP can't help you.

    Krishna

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    Posted on Aug 07, 2009 at 05:44 AM

    Hi,

    As per my understanding regarding the your requirement, You want to Procure material based on certain characteristic value,

    which u maintian in the Classification of your material & you want MRP to consider the Characteristic value of that material & generate a PR

    Do reply back if this is your requirement

    Regards

    Pranay

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