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ME59N automatic PO

Hi gurus,

can anycbody please answer this? The user used ME59N to automatically create the PO from req. The system created the PO but for some reason it picked up DFPS, int ord type as the doc type for the PO. any ideas why this happened?This should have picked up the doc type as STO. but instead it picked up DFPS, int ord type? WHy?

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Anusha

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 02:19 AM

    Dear Anusha,

    Before running ME59N there are prerequisites. Please follow the below.

    1) Define the PO Document Type (for MRP to consider) under MRP Groups.

    Go to OMDT ->Enter the Stock Transport Order Type for the Plant/MRP Group conbination

    2) Then link the MRP Group to the Material in Material Master under MRP 1 Tab

    3) Define Special Procument Types for the reqluesting Plant

    SPRO/Production/MRP/Master Data/Define Special Procument Type -> select SP Type 40 for the requesting plant and enter the Supplying Plant under Special Procument area. Make Sure Special Procument (above the plant) is U (Stock Transfer)

    4) Enter the Special Procument Type in the Material Master under MRP 2 Tab

    This should solve your problem. Contact me if you need further guidance

    Deepal

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 03:51 AM

    Anusha,

    To pick up the required PO document type in ME59N you have to configure MRP group.

    Go to transaction code OMDT to define the Order type and maintain the MRP group in material master.

    and then run the ME59N.

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