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SNP PPM Generation with lot size margin for F plant

Hi Experts,

Currently, I'm trying to generate SNP PPM with lot size but I encountered a message saying that plan is not exist Or plan is not active. Also, when I try to activate the plan from Integration model I found them are already activated.

Any help is highly appreciated.


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    Posted on Oct 11, 2010 at 12:43 AM

    khalidation ,

    You are describing two separate problems.

    If the message is 'plan does not exist', then it means that it does not yet exist in SCM. You can check for the presence of a plan using /SAPAPO/SCC03. If the plan does not exist, you still have to send it from ECC. First, clear all blocked queues, then create and activate an IM that contains the production versions you wish to send to SCM. Be sure to immediatey check the queues each time you send something across.

    If the message is "plan is not active', it means that the plan exists in SCM, but has not yet been activated. You can activate a plan using the same transaction - /SAPAPO/SCC03.

    Best Regards,


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      For the generation of SNP PPM, atleast one SNP Relevant resource should be attached in your routing or Master recepie.

      It seems there are no SNP Relevant resources. But in this case if you generate SNP PPM from an PPDS PPM which contains no SNP relevant resource a warning message will be displayed but SNP PPM will be generated.

      Check in ECC for the Resource whether Not SNP relavant indicator is enabled.

      1. Choose capacity tab page.

      2. Double clik on capacity machine category.

      3.Choose APO Resource button.

      4.Check in the Planning parameters tab page whether Not SNP Relevant indicator is enabled.

      5.Remove this and Cif the PPM again and do the PPM Conversion.



      Edited by: S.Nandakumar on Oct 11, 2010 2:01 PM

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