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Availability Check in planned Order & Production Order

Dear All,

How can I achieve the same Availability Check (missing Parts ) output in Planned Order & Production Order.

Currently in Availability check in Planned Order is bit different in the sense, I have the Component in Stock without any reservation. But in Planned Order it shows in Missing part.

But if I convert this Planned Order to Production Order, it is not visible in Missing parts which is correct.

I want to have the same missing part report for both Planned Order & Production Order.




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    Posted on Apr 25, 2010 at 10:30 AM


    Availability check for planned orders is usually defined in OPPJ. Availability check for production orders can be defined in OPJK.

    In OIn OPPJ you can assign a check rule for planned orders.

    In OPJK you can assign a check rule for Production orders.

    In OPJJ you can determine the scope of check for any availability check PP.

    Hope clear to you.



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    • Dear Brhamankar,

      Kindly le me know which particular i am missing here.

      For stocks i have included : Safety Stock, Stk in transfer, Quality Ins Stock.

      Mor Movements : All tick mArks and

      Incl.depen.reservat. X Include all res

      Incl. production orders X Take all production Orders

      And Check without RLT is activated.

      Please elaborate if i m missing anything.



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    Posted on Apr 25, 2010 at 09:48 AM


    During planned order to production order conversion, the dependent requirements are converted to reservations for production order, so that you got two different reports.

    In img OPJJ ' availability check control ' set include reservation indicator off then try



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