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STR generate through mrp

Hi Expert,

I have been asked to change the DoctypeST from SD to UB in configuration

under path SPRO>Production>Material Requirement planning>MRP Groups> Carryout overall maintenance of mrp groups> Plant name mention, mrpgroup >In filed external procurement.

Also asked me to change the document type to IT(internal trade PO) from SD(stk trnsfer sd delivery)

***Sourcelist will be created in the receving plant for mrp by mentioning vendor code, pur org and it is mrp relevant***

What effect of this configuration changes will have In my process?

In what way STR will change?

Also Please let me know the process to test how STR will be generated using mrp.?

Edited by: KiranCG on Aug 19, 2011 12:14 PM

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    Posted on Aug 19, 2011 at 12:19 PM


    upto my understand, your client doing STO process for SD delivery and now they want to do it for internal production.

    STR is stock transport request.

    If you want to test it, create a new planned order for the particular plant and run the MRP, then the plant will get the STR.

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      Change one thing in my previous message. it is internal trade not internal production.

      Now, come to your scenario.

      You mentioned that it is changed from SD delivery to Intenal Trade.

      It means, your STO process is going to used for Internal Trading.

      Your client may send the stocks to your Dopots using this STO doc type for domestic trading.

      That's why they give a separate doc type to get easy understand when they do transactions & data collections.

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