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MRP To Generate SCHEDULE LINES for Scheduling Agreement

Hi

I have followed the below steps but still the Schedule lines is not generated for scheduling agreement.

1Maintain MRP views 1,2,3,4 for the material in material mste.(MM01)

2. Maintain Purchase Info Record for the vendor plant & material combination.(ME11)

3. Create Scheduling agreement using ME31L

4. Maintain source list for the material & the scheduling agreement # and Line item set the MRP relevant indicator 2 (Necessary ?) ME01

During Run MRP for the material.the below details entered///

Processing key NETCH Net Change in Total Horizon

Create purchase req. 1 Purchase requisitions in opening period

Schedule lines 3 Schedule lines

Create MRP list 1 MRP list

Planning mode 1 Determination of Basic Dates for Planned

Run MDBT or MD02 but still doesn't create the schedule lines......Anything else missing.

MRP1:

MRP Procedure: PD

MRP Group: 0000 (External Procurement only)

Lot Size: EX (Lot For Lot)

MRP2:

Procurement Type: F

Sched Margin Key: 000

MRP3:

Avilablity chec: 02 (Individual requirement)

MRP: 4

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2011 at 11:17 AM

    Raj,

    Source List a Mandatory for Scheduling Agreement, if you want to create automatic Scheduling line.

    Plz use (2) in MRP RELEVENT tab in ME01 (Source List).

    rest of the thing is ok, make sure a material master(MRP 2 VIEW) in that view you have to give a planed delivery days. it is must.

    HOPE IT WILL WORK

    Regards:

    Poision

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