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PO Delivery date passed - MRP

Hello,

PO delivery date has been passed(MD06), there is no entry in planning file (MD21), so How MRP controller would come to know that X materials' delivery date has been passed.

Whereas if we change the delivery date (PO)then system would mark the entry in MD21 and system would run the MRP and add new exception message.

So question is at the first place - How system would alert incase of no shown of material on 'delivery date'.

please suggest.

Kind regards,

JPS

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    Posted on Oct 27, 2009 at 10:20 AM

    JPS,

    If you want to ensure that all possible messages appear in MD06, you should run Regenerative MRP. If you can't run regen every night, you might want to run it periodically. A common schedule is to run Net change nightly, and run Regen on the weekend.

    As mentioned by another expert, overdue orders are handled separately from planning exceptions in many companies. There are several Purchase or Production order reports that will manage this task, without having to run MRP.

    Rgds,

    DB49

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      DB49,

      Sorry for delay in respond,

      Yes regenrative is running fine and I am not changing the config, actually I was miss lead the whole issue.

      Many thanks for your help.

      But still exploring more how system react to 'delivery date in past' issue, within MRP limits..

      thanks mate.

      regards,

      JPS

  • Posted on Oct 27, 2009 at 09:12 AM

    Hi Bhatti,

    MRP exception messages relate to planning, meaning that they cover what is written in the order that we issue.

    For tracking and monitoring the delivery process against this order there are some tools, like reports, etc.. Normally this is not the business of planning, but rather the buyer who is in charge of the execution of external procurement, since in most cases it involves some kind of communication with the supplier.

    You can also check the entire list of MRP exception messages (SPRO) to see that there's no message like "order is overdue".

    Regards,

    Mario

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2010 at 10:47 AM

    CLOSED BECAUSE I CANNOT POST MORE QUESTIONS

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