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Reduce order quantity based on confirmed scrap

Hello all,

We are looking for a PP configuration for production order confirmation that make possible reduce the order quantity when there is a scrap confirmation using partial confirmation.

For example, suppose a production order of 100 peaces with three operations:

Op. 10 u2013 100 pc

Op. 20 u2013 100 pc

Op. 30 u2013 100 pc

If we do a final confirmation in operation 10 of 100 good peaces and a partial confirmation in operation 20 of 20 peaces of scrap, we would like to have the result:

Op. 10 u2013 100 good peaces u2013 final confirmation

Op. 20 u2013 20 scrap peaces u2013 partial confirmation

Op. 30 u2013 80 peaces u2013 u201Cplannedu201D

Consequently, the order receipt quantity should be reduced to 80 peaces. Our intention is to reduce the order quantity based on a scrap confirmation made using partial confirmation to make the MRP able to consider this shortage.

We have tried, without success, flag the u201CAdjust Quantities in Order to Actual Valuesu201D check of Production Scheduling Profile configuration.

We thank any help.

Thanks in advance.

Januario Faria

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    Posted on Apr 15, 2011 at 04:45 AM

    Hi ,

    1> If you have three operation then u can not use Final confirmation in operation 0010 .

    2> You can not reduce the Order Quantity , b'caz the order planed for your scarp generation as per standard wt ever you assign in BOM . Your main material & scarp material are different and order generate plan for both .

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    Posted on Apr 15, 2011 at 05:48 AM

    if you want the production order auto-matic reduce the quantity, i think it is not possible by simple configuration.

    maybe abaper can help.

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