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Planning PM orders via graphical planning board in ECC

Dec 12, 2016 at 02:49 PM


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Dear community,
I hope you can help. As far as I know it is possible to link a PP work center with a PM functional location. It is also possible to display the relevant PM orders and PP orders in the ECC graphical planning board (transaction CM25). But from my point of view SAP standard does not support the scheduling of the PM orders via the graphical planning board.

For example if I have a PM order on the 12th December I can not schedule it in the graphical planning board to the 20th of december directly. Instead I have to do the rescheduling with e.g. transaction IW32.

Is there any way to do the scheduling of the PM orders directly in the graphical planning board? Or is it maybe planned from SAP to implement this function someday?

Many thanks for your replies in advance


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2 Answers

Nic Teunckens Dec 13, 2016 at 10:59 AM

Could you please be more specific on which "Dates" you are referring? There are so many dates you would want to Maintain, some are accessible and some are not ...

A good reference on the possibilities of Planning / Scheduling I've found in this ASUG-presentation

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Saskia Thielemann Dec 15, 2016 at 07:56 AM

Thank you for your reply the dates I'm referring are basic start and basic finish in the PM order header data.

The idea would be to see the PM orders as well as the PP orders of the referring work center in one graphical planning board and to schedule PM and PP orders via this graphical planning board. At the moment I see the PM orders as a black beam in the CM25 but if you try to schedule them e.g. via drag & drop you willl get the following message

So the question is whether there is a possibility to do the scheduling in the graphical planning table together with the PP orders.

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