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Hi, we consider ea sales order as one project thru ps module. we run mdbt and we want mrp result in project wise pr's and planned ordrs. pls advise what are the settings needed and guide me. thank u.

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2009 at 05:12 AM

    Yadav,

    Use Individual/Collective Indicator "1"- In MRP 4 view of the materials, so that you would get account assigned planned orders and PR's. Hope you are using a Project MTO- relevant planning strategy for the Inhouse Production materials.

    Regards,

    Prasobh

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    • Yadav,

      There are 2 standard project related Planning strategies "61" - Project Planning with Planning material, and I think "83" - It is likely assembly to Project order.

      General practice is that Project is defined for Project Stock "Q" in the project profile, and just assign the Component to the project network with Item category "L", once this is done and saved a Project reservation is created and when MRP is run, it looks for the Individual/Collective Indicator, if it finds "1" - Then it creates PR with account assignment to Project.

      Hope this helps.... Apart from there is a concept called Production by Lots system this is similar to Planning for Individual projects. Here we need to define a custom strategy which would use Requirement type "KSB1", which inturn uses requirement class "091". I have not worked.on these concept on a project, but I explained these based on my theoretical knowledge.

      Hope this helps....

      Regards,

      Prasobh

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