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Automatic Firmed Planned Order / Mass Change Planned Order

Hi PP Gurus,

My requirement is I want to make all planned order created from planning run will be automatically firmed. I tried several option :

1. MRP type : P1, automatic create firmed planned order within planning time fence but for new requirement, planned order will be created after planning time fence date. Example planning time fence date lies on 20/10/2011

PIR

09/2011 3 pc

10/2011 4 pc

end of planning time fence date

11/2011 5 pc

run MRP

Planned order firmed for month 9 and 10. for 11 is not firmed. But the problem is if PIR on month 10 is change from 4 to 6. the other 2 planned order will be created at end of planning time fence date.

Is it possible for planned order created at appropriate date as requirement date ???

2. Mass Change of Planned Order

I browse the help SAP there is function module : MD_SET_ACTION_PLAF for mass changes of planned orders.

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/9e/e84226c1c311d3b54a0004ac160649/content.htm

I execute it with SE37 but i don't know what should i do with this function module after the next screen.

In my mind, there will be selection screen for choosing which planned order will be perform firmed action.

Any other idea to solve my requirement is welcome.

Regards,

Arman Lie

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2011 at 03:33 AM

    Dear Arman,

    Use T.Code MD19 for firming the planned orders,also check MDBA for firming the planned order.

    For your first question let me check and revert back.

    Regards

    Mangalraj.S

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