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Raw material shortage

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I am having problem in Production order. Raw material shortage

We create Production order manually no MRP.

Process is

(Raw material in KG converted to EA)

Cutting Order(EA), Forging Order(EA), Heat treatment order(EA), Machining order (Finish) (EA)all codes are different.

We have one raw material which is used in 5 different Products

Is there any code to find where it is used

Thanks & Regards

Pert

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    Posted on Dec 31, 2009 at 04:38 AM

    Dear Mr Kumar

    Both the Orders are diff

    1) Cutting order material is in Kg cut in to pieces say 100 kg rod conveted to 500 pieces

    then we create Production order for Forging this 500 pieces

    2) but our sap MMBE system shows Forging semifinish stock is of 900 pieces (physsically not present)

    3) Our store people say they issued material for the new order ie current which we have shortage of raw material.

    4) My issue is solved when i get back this Forging semifinish stock of 900 pieces revert to store

    but my problem is i am not able to trace out the production order of which this 900 pieces are?

    if i revert both forging and cutting order then automatically sap system shows the raw material

    So how to do it?

    Thanks & Regards

    Pert

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      Dear Pert,

      1) Just execute MB51, inputs to be given

      2) Plant, Movement type -261, Posting dates ( as you must be aware )

      3) Now execute, system will show documents against Prd order wise ( ie 261 movement happned )

      Regards

      Madhu Kumar

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    Posted on Dec 31, 2009 at 03:04 AM

    Dear Pert,

    1) You can check with CS15 ( where used list )

    2) Via CS15, you can know that in which header materials this Component is used

    Regards

    Madhu Kumar

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    Posted on Dec 31, 2009 at 04:05 AM

    Hi

    Mr.Kumar

    Thanks

    I am having problem in above case. We have shortage of material in SAP but physically we have material with us.

    Our Production people want to create order for remaining quantity our system shows Forging material (Unit EA) but our raw material in KG. Before Forging cutting order is also there again in EA.

    We are not able to trace the Procduction order of which material is this and i want to revert this orders if i do revert this oredrs i can get the material

    So can you explain how we can find and proceeed.

    Thanks & Regards

    Pert

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      Dear Pert,

      1) Cutting & Forging are two operations in one order or

      2) for cutting you create one order & for Forging you create one order

      3) if physically material is available, then you Go with production & complete upto GR

      4) Latter when Materail is entered in SAP ( posting ) then again you can manually issue Goods

      for completed ( GR ) Production order

      Regards

      Madhu Kumar

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2010 at 07:52 AM

    Hi Pert,

    Can u tell me how is process in ur company i.e. forging business. we are going for implement, so i want some inputs.

    Thanks in advance,

    Best Reagrds,

    Ishwar J

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