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order has missing parts

Dear All,

While creating a production order i am getting an error order has missing parts.

when i get into the log it says requirement date is 13.08.2011 but commited date is 31.12.9999.

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    Posted on Aug 14, 2011 at 05:09 AM

    Hi,

    Please check the replenishment lead time is flagged or not in OPJJ t-code.

    and also check the material stock in MMBE. if stock is not enough then system will through an error.

    even if you have missing parts you can release the production order based on the settings in OPJK.

    Regards,

    RAvi

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2011 at 03:43 PM

    Hi,

    While creating the order, system performed the availability check. Since there is no stock available for the material system unable to commit the qty, hence it is giving the error. This is the normal behaviour of SAP. Once you bring the stock system will commit the qty.

    Regards,

    V. Suresh

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  • Posted on Aug 15, 2011 at 01:40 PM

    The issue is caused by not having enough available to confirm the requirement.

    First, check the order type of the production order, then check go to OPJK to determine what checking rule is being used. When you know the checking rule, go to CO09 and enter the material number, plant and checking rule.

    As your requirement is on 13.08.2011, check the cum ATP qty value for that date. This will show that you do not have enough stock / receipts to cover your requirement.

    The availability check sees that you do not have enough available quantity and initially sets the committed date to 99999999. SFC coding translates this to 99991231, which is the value you are seing.

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      Hi,

      In OPJK for your material and production order type and type 1, check the collective conversion is 1 - user decides .

      And for the checking rule (in the OPJK) go to OPJJ for the cheking rule and checking group (maintained in the material master), see whether Include planned orders / production orders is X, i

      f it is X, then when the order is created it will consider the planned order as fixed receipt and it will allow to convert to production order .

      Thanks,

      JK

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2011 at 12:44 PM

    thanks a lot

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