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Strategy - 11, PIR consumption

Hi ,

We are using strategy 11.

PIr consumed by GR of FG. In current month PIR of last month are consumed first ... How can i restrict this consumption.

Startegy 11 follows FIFO.

Can we restict the PIR consumption for previous month.

Regards

ShankarR

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  • Posted on Aug 16, 2011 at 07:33 AM

    Dear Shankar,

    Check these parameters in the material master -->consumption mode,forward consumption period,backward consumption

    period.

    The planned independent requirement is reduced during processing of the goods receipt. Old quantities can still be accessed

    via Goto---> Schedule line history, or by using the total requirements list (Evaluations ---> Display total requirements) in Demand

    Management. The quantities received are displayed in the Withdrawal qty field.

    The system always reduces the oldest planned independent requirements unless the consumption fields (Consumption mode,

    Fwd consumption per., Bwd consumption per.) are maintained in the material master or in the MRP group.

    check and revert back.

    Regards

    Mangalraj.S

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    • Dear Shankar,

      With reference to Notes No - 772857, For planning strategies 10 & 11,the reduction occurs in the time scale up to the current

      date and the oldest planned independent requirements are reduced first.

      By maintaining the consumption period forwards, planned independent requirements are used for the reduction from the

      current date up to the number of days in the future entered there. The used consumption mode is not effective.

      Check and revert back.

      Regards

      Mangalraj.S

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