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Repititive Manufacturing-Planned orders

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I have a REM planned order having a quantity of 100 nos. If I do GR of 110 for this planned order,it will give a warning message number: RM124: "Backflush qty> plnd ord qty. Over delivery for planned order carried out". I dont want over delivery. So I would like to make this message to error. Which is the tcode in spro.

Is there any other way to prevent overdelivery.

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 08:56 AM

    Dear,

    You can restrict this with User Exit,XMRM0001 or BADI RM_BFLUSH_GOODSMVT.

    The technical background to this is that the backflush quantity is compared with the planned order header quantity (PLAF-GSMNG), and the quantity of goods received to date (PLAF-WEMNG).

    Please try and come back.

    Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 07:15 AM

    Hi,

    I dont think we will be able to control this by anyconfiguration.

    Since in repetitive manufacturing it will allow you to do the excess GR.

    In case if you need to stop this then the changes has to be done at the message number level ( but implications needs to be reviewed in detail).

    Still eager to see if we have any solution from others.

    Reg

    Dsk

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 07:47 AM

    Dear ,

    I do not think Over delivery or under delivery tolerence in GR can be given in Planned Order level .Basically this tolerence level are in Work Scheduling view which is not applicable in REM scinario.

    To my knowledege , there is no such configuration set up to avoid execss GR in REM .We need to think some txan variant OR User exit in MFBF level

    user-exit-for-mfbf

    user-exit-in-planned-orders

    Regards

    JH

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