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Production order basic dates issue

Hi All,

Hi all

I have a question on Basic start date and Basic finish date in Production orders.

I have a material A0000001 and its inhouse production time is -0- days. eventhough my production order basic finish data & start date takes a long duration.

Is that basic start and finish date is depend on inhouse production time of the production order Header Material or

Is that basic start and finish date is depend on component availability along with inhous eproduction time.

Please correct me if I am wrong and let me know the correct procedure.

Note:

Actually I have inhouse period of -0- days eventhough my production order start and finish date take 2 weeks time, so its bit confusing.

My material has a base qty, setup time and processing time in Workscheduling.

So which timings will production order use to calculate basic start and finish date.

I am looking forward to set the start date to be in past for production order.

Thanks in Advance

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2010 at 06:00 AM

    hi,

    i think the basic start date and end date should be taken from master recipe , where u have maintained the SVK values.

    go to master recipe operation tab and check the scheduling .

    regards

    satish

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2010 at 06:09 AM

    Dear,

    plz check the configuration of work center & routing.

    because in work center setup time & machine time is exist.

    Regards

    kishore

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2010 at 04:33 AM

    Hi Madhan,

    When you create an order system does Lead time scheduling which includes your setup time, processing time etc in material master work scheduling view or timings maintained in routing.

    In house production time is used in MRP where system roughly calculates the basic start date and finish date while planning.

    Hope above clears your doubts.

    Regards

    Suri

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