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removal of legacy system

Dear Experts,

My client is a chemical industry with PP-PI scenario implemented.

They want to modify the process of Production Order generation & Goods receipts for FG.

Currently there is a legacy system (third party MES) being used for order generation & GRN.

Now the client requires to generate Prod Orders directly from SAP by incorporating automation through some program & remove the legacy system.

FYI .....WM is also there in picture.

Pls provide your inputs over the mapping of new process.

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 06:47 PM

    Hi Vikassharma,

    Well even the same problem i faced in the last company and the problem is while i am generating control recipe it was picking the Old data which was created by the third party.

    After one month we find out the actual problem and we decided to delete the Legacy data created by third party OK.

    Then, we decide to archive the old data and then informed to Basis team i hope it can help you OK.

    or There will be Mass transactions (MASS T-CODES) to delete the data but you need the permission or access to that T-code.

    I hope it can help you OK.



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    • Hi ,

      first you need to figure ouit , what was the bsis for order creation in legacy system.

      make to order or make to stock.

      need to implent basis for PIR creation if its MTS.

      Configure order types for different orders.

      need to activate MRP to generate procurement proposals.

      Please explain what are the finctions already implemented as you wrote PP-PI is implemented.


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