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Scheduling agreement

Hi,

what are steps before executing MRP so that system will automatically "create Scheduling Agreement" ?

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 04:45 AM

    Hi

    Below are the steps to generate the Scheduling Agreement Delivery Schedule through MRP.

    1) Create the Scheduling Agreement first - ME31L

    2) Maintain the source list with the Vendor, Scheduling Agreement, mark the indicator Fix and Select MRP indicator 2- Relevant for

    Delivery schedules.

    3) Make sure that you have maintained MRP views and all the parameters required for MRP

    4) Run the MRP by using tcode MD03 or MDBT, In the initial screen select the creation indicator as 3 - Delivery schedule in delivery schedule.

    5) Go to MD04 and you can see the Delivery schedule created for the scheduling agreement. or use tcode ME38.

    Hope it helps.

    Thanks / karthik

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2009 at 02:33 PM

    Hi,

    MRP can create schedule lines for an existing scheduling agreement but not create a scheduling agreement.

    You need to create a scheduling agreement for teh material, maintain teh sourcelist for the material and vendor combination and tick the 'MRP relevant' indicator in sourcelist.

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