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planning in daily bucket

Hi,

currently i am implementing in a coal mining company and facing some issue regarding of the planning.

the company using daily planning here.

But if i use daily planning in SAP, it will trigger a lot of production order,

i try to use lot sizing weekly or monthly, but the system create order that finish on the first day of week or month.

is there anyway to achieve this manner of daily planning and

the order is standing order for the whole month

or any other idea about this daily planning is very appreciated.

Please help.

best regards,

FreddyHa

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2010 at 03:39 AM

    Hi,

    Are you working with Industry Solution for Mining? If not & if the project is still in initial scoping stage, then do evaluate the mining solution, it should be coming with a pre-configured set of scenarios which should meet most of the business needs.

    If mining solution is not being used, then evaluate the usage of REM or process flow to map the business process, as i highly doubt a production order mapping would be user friendly or meeting the business needs.

    Regards,

    Vivek

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2010 at 02:54 AM

    I would love to have such a functionality in Production Order, just like already exists in Sales Order and Purchase order schedule line. Unfortunately, it doesn't exist yet. You can only distribute equally to from period in production orders to daily bucket using distribution key in production version.

    Maybe a workaround is to use planning table (MF50) to put daily production in Long-term planning. For short term, use weekly production orders created manually at the end of bucket.

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