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Document type determination

My current system is issuing a planned order, for stock transport. But I want it to issue a PR. I have gone through the document types, and I can't seem to find out what's wrong.

Please advise with specifics, either in IMG or via Tcodes.

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    Posted on Jan 24, 2010 at 04:39 AM

    Dominic,

    I assume that what you mean when you say

    My current system is issuing a planned order, for stock transport.

    you mean that when MRP runs, the proposal is a planned order rather that a purchase Req.

    Normally, if you want MRP to issue a PR, you change the material master 'Procurement type' to 'F'. Do these parts have a procurement type of "F"?

    Rgds,

    DB49

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    Posted on Jan 24, 2010 at 04:52 AM

    the procurement type is already set to "F" for external procurement"

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      Dominic,

      Check that you have defined a 'special procurement type', pointing to the supplying plant, similar to SAP Special Procurement type 40, and entered it into the material master in the destination plant. IMG>Production>MRP>Master Data>Define special procurement type

      Ensure that you have configured stock transport requisitions from the supplying plant (OMGR). While here, check for configuration of Stock Transport orders (OMGN), since that will be the next step.

      Rgds,

      DB49

      Edited by: Dogboy49 on Jan 25, 2010 2:47 PM

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