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Sale order not consuming sale forecast

Dear Gurus,

I have created a sale forecast using T-code MD81, 'CusReq" is reflected in MD04...I conduct a planning run and planned orders are generated and subsequent process orders and this stock is now credited to WH stock... But the "CusReq" is not disappearing from MD04, as a result of which When I am creating a sale order Using VA01, it is only showing available qty in WH as remainder after the MD81 Requirement...

How can I make the sale order consume the sale forecast (CIR) that was created using MD81.??

Regards

Sri.

Edited by: srirag nair on Aug 26, 2009 1:34 PM

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2009 at 08:14 AM

    HI

    Its based on the planning strategy that you used for the final product.

    i suggest plann stra 40 for you fianl product.. if you use this ps , the sales order replace the forecasting inde reqmt.

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2009 at 08:49 AM

    Hi,

    If it is for single material then you can change the Strategy as 40 (Planning with final assembly) . If you need the same for all the material with same kind of behavior then you change the Customization of Strategy.

    Goto:

    SPRO->Production->Material requirement Planning->Master Data->Independent Requirement Parameter->Planning Strategy

    then select the strategy type and change Reqmt type of customer reqm as KSV. It should work you can also use VSF at Reqmts type for indep.reqmts .

    When MRP runs it creates the Planned order. When the sale order get created it consumes the panned orders.

    Thanks and regards,

    Pradip

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2009 at 08:49 AM

    Hi,

    If it is for single material then you can change the Strategy as 40 (Planning with final assembly) . If you need the same for all the material with same kind of behavior then you change the Customization of Strategy.

    Goto:

    SPRO->Production->Material requirement Planning->Master Data->Independent Requirement Parameter->Planning Strategy

    then select the strategy type and change Reqmt type of customer reqm as KSV. It should work you can also use VSF at Reqmts type for indep.reqmts .

    When MRP runs it creates the Planned order. When the sale order get created it consumes the panned orders.

    Thanks and regards,

    Pradip

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2009 at 02:35 PM

    Hi,

    Customer Indepnedent requirement is a sales order as treated by MRP.

    The sales order consumption works with PIR not with Customer requirements.

    Further in most cases, consumption means not PIR reduction.

    it is consuming the planned orders created for PIR's by allocating to sales orders.

    For ex; in a MTS scenario,

    PIR ---1000

    PLanned order 1000

    Sales order 1500

    After MRP

    PIR--1000

    PLanned order 1000

    Planned order 500

    Sales order 1500

    PIR reduction from MD04 happens when GI happens for the sales order or GR for Production order depending the Planning strategy.

    Regards

    Ratan

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