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PR or Planned order generates concept

Hi,

After MRP RUN, for the Raw material system generates the PR and for the Sub assembly and finish goods we ge the planned order , I want to know where is those setting how system find for a material a PR to be create or Planned order to be generates, also we have some finish good product that we are making thorugh subcontract vendor so we want that for that material insted of Planned order Pr to be generates.

regards,

zafar

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2010 at 07:58 AM

    Check the "Procurement" indicator in MRP -2 View in Material master.

    E In-house production

    F External procurement

    No procurement

    X Both procurement types

    For In house - it will generate Planned order

    For External, it will generate PR

    For X, iwill generate Planned order (unless specified while MD01 )

    For subcontracting, use F-External Procurement , along with Special Procurement key :30.

    with 30, it will create PR with Item category L.

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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2010 at 07:33 AM

    Hi

    While running the MRP with md01 you find the mrp controls.

    there you have to select the option for purchase req and planned orders creation option. based on that system generate.

    if in house procurement then planned orders convert to process orders and gi

    if external procurement - pur req - po - gr

    Laxman

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