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manual creation of planned order in REM

Hi,

Can we manually create a planned order in repetitive manufacturing? I know that in case we run MRP , then planned order for finished is created with order type 'PE' due to which it cannot be converted to production order.

I dont want to run MRP , still can i create a planned order manually with the same order type 'PE' ? I tried in MD11, but not getting option to chose PE as it is not available in F4 of planned order profile.

Please help..

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2009 at 12:45 PM

    Dear,

    You cannot create a planned order with PE order type manually, because a planned order of REM related material gets order type "PE" only when it is assigned with a Production Version.

    So achieve manual creation of REM Planned order with PE type with the following options,

    I - Using MD11 transaction create a planned order with LA type and assign a suitable REM related Production version to the planned order during creation itself, now this order would automatically become "PE" order type on saving the order.

    2. In the planning table using MF50, you can directly create a planned order for a production line using F7 key.

    Regards,

    Prasobh

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2009 at 04:53 AM

    thanks , closing the thread and points awarded!

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