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restrict material availablity check scope during order releasing

hi,

If sap could restrict material availability check scope during production order releasing process, e.g. proposed to check only the stock of few key locations?

Thanks.

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2011 at 03:06 AM

    You have 2 options,

    - Av. check within the SLoc which is assigned in the component list

    - Av. check at plant level (i.e. all MRP relevant SLoc's will be considered)

    So in short you cannot specify a set of SLoc's & exclude a remaining set when you do Av. check within an order.

    In OPJK for business function 2, identify the checking rule you use. In OPJJ for that checking rule you can flag the 'No stor. loc. insp' field & then the Av. check will be done at plant level.

    Do a test in your sandbox to see if it meets your need & adopt in PRD if it does.

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  • Posted on Sep 23, 2011 at 05:03 AM

    Dear Lauliu,

    In addition to Mr.Vivek's suggestions, either you make the configuration settings so as the material availability check is not

    performed during order release functionality 2 in T.Code OPJK for the plant and order type combination or else for the

    combination of checking group(assigned to the components in the material master MRP3 view) and the checking rule (for

    application set in OPJK) in the scope of check in OPJJ include the indicator for No storage location inspection,so that it switch

    off the check at storage location level.(which means a check will be performed at plant level).

    check and revert back.

    Regards

    Mangalraj.S

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