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Production order Basic Start and Basic Finish Dates

Hi All,

If I use Lead Time Scheduling for my production orders, please guide me what are all the times will be accounted to compute Production order Basic Start and Basic Finish Dates.

Thanks in Advance.

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    Jan 29, 2010 at 09:51 AM

    Hi Madan,

    In addition to others view, Pl. refer the following link. It explains with Graphical representation for easy understanding. (Pl. see at the end of the doc.)

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_40b/helpdata/en/f4/7d297144af11d182b40000e829fbfe/content.htm

    Madhava

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    Jan 29, 2010 at 05:13 AM

    Hi Madhan,

    If you use lead time scheduling, times maintained in schedule margin key, setup time, processing time, wait time, queue time, move time etc will be included.

    Hope above clears your doubts.

    Regards

    Suri

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      Hi,

      the step is like this:

      1. MRP is running calculate with scheduling margin key and time (in days) in work scheduling in MM work scheduling view

      you update this via CA97

      2. From the calculated basic finish date, MRP will minus float after prod to get schedule finish date

      3. schedule finih date is minus routing to get the schedule start date

      4. Schedule start minus float before to get basic start date (real one)

      5. if basic start date calculated (from point 1) is earlier that start date (point 4), accoring to your config, this basic start date is adjusted to real basic start date (point 4)

      so dun foreget to update material master via routing via CA97 to get the right result

      i hope it helps.

      Best regards,

      Freddy Ha

      Edited by: Freddy Halim on Jan 29, 2010 9:09 AM