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Consumption Against Production Order (Urgetmt

Hi ,

i have one issue . we are using backflush. when we confirm production order it consumes the child part also. IF we have produced 1000 qty it should consume the child part 1000 also .issue is if we have stock of 990 for child part it will not consume 990 and send 10 to cogi whereas it is sending 1000 to cogi.

what solution i can propose to clinet

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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2011 at 08:06 AM

    Hi,

    In BADI WORKORDER_GOODSMVT, method BACKFLUSH you can warn users if failed goods movements exits during confirmations. You can also manipulate goods movements quantities to be posted.

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    • Hi,

      It is possible theoratically although I have not seen it implemented. A method as follows could work. CT_COMPONENTS structure in the BADI keeps goods movements lines to be posted. If you partition a component line into two, one having quantity in stock and the other having the insufficient quantity, after posting one will be successful the other will fall to COGI. You have to deduct storage location quantity and such in the program. This could be cumbersome. I still think it is best to warn users in program but have them adjust the quantities.

      Regards.

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2011 at 08:11 AM

    Hi,

    Use Program "CORUAFWP" to schedule background job to post COGI error records if the error is corrected

    Please check this link for details,

    [Background processing of COGI|automatic-removal-materila-from-error-list]

    Regards,

    Sankaran

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2011 at 08:11 AM

    wat is promting COGI.

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