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Long Term Planning Run (LTP RUn)

Hi PP Experts,

I am working with LTP run. I have created a planning scenario in MS31. Then I have created a dummy resource for rough cut planning with usage 10 (rough cut planning). Now I created a rough cut planning pofile (Tcode MC35) using this dummy resource.

Now I have run the LTP run using Tcode MS01. After running the LTP run I am trying to check the dummy resource load using Tcode CM07 for the planning scenario, but the requirements is not seen in Tcode CM07.

Can anybody tell me the reason why the requirements are not appearing when I am checking the load on the dummy resource.



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    Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 12:06 PM


    After maintaining the rough cut planning profile .. you need to go to MC87 create plan. after planning for required sales quantities and calculating the production qunatities, go to Menu-Views-Capacity situation-Rough cut planning-show.

    This should show you resource load at bottom half of MC87 itself.

    Rough cut planning profile

    Check and Revert,

    Edited by: santosh sarda on Jul 15, 2011 5:39 PM

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      Dear Santosh,

      Thanks for the reply. But I think MC37 transaction is used for SOP. We are not using SOP.

      I have already explained the steps what we are following.

      Craete planning Scenario - Tcode - MS31

      Create rungh cut planning profile - Tcode - MC35

      Craeet dummy ottelneck resource - CRC1 for rough cut planning.

      Run LTP run - MS01

      Check the load - Tcode CM07 / CM38.

      Here while checking the load I am not able to see the requirement hours, i.e. the load on the dummy resource.

      Pl. let me know what can be the reason.



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