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Make to Order process

Dear experts, I have some questios about Make to Order planning in SAP.

1.- Is there a possibility to handle Make to Order process without Product costing special settings?

2.- Can we set up Make to Order process without handling special stock "E"?

3.- Is anyway to assign Sales Order number to production order without Make to Order process?

Thanks.

Jose

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2010 at 07:06 PM

    Jose,

    Inferring your requirements from your questions, I wonder if you really would be served by using 'Make to Order'. You might want to evaluate some of the many MTS scenarios, to see if they might be a better fit.

    As to your question 3, it is possible to place long text in a MTS production order. This long text can contain anything you want, including, for instance, a Sales order/Item number and/or a Customer number. These fields are for information only, but it is possible to have them printed on Shop Papers.

    Best Regards,

    DB49

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  • Posted on Sep 09, 2010 at 05:30 PM

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    > Dear experts, I have some questios about Make to Order planning in SAP.

    >

    > 1.- Is there a possibility to handle Make to Order process without Product costing special settings?

    yes, U Can do MTO without product costing But settlement for the order is not possible

    > 2.- Can we set up Make to Order process without handling special stock "E"?

    For dependent material U Can do goods movement with out sp stock indicator by selecting collective requirement in MRP 4 view, for finish material is not possible

    > 3.- Is anyway to assign Sales Order number to production order without Make to Order process?

    NO

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