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Finding material codes for creating process orders ??

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How can we get the list of material for which the process orders can be raised .In other words from a list of materials ,how one can know the material code ,relevent for raising the proces order & maintaining recipe.

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  • Posted on Dec 16, 2011 at 05:13 AM

    Dear

    Check in COOIS transaction.

    Regards

    Ganesh.M

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  • Posted on Dec 16, 2011 at 05:18 AM

    Dear Dennis,

    It's difficult to answer your query with the given information.But in general for the in-house manufactured materials

    (procurement type E in MRP2 view) which has a BOM,which can be checked through CS03-->F4 display serach using the

    materials by Bill of materials,mention the plant,BOM usage and remove the maximum no of entries and you can download this

    data) and get an idea for which materials the BOM exists.

    Further to this you can identify for which materials the master recipe exists in C203 and based on these data or else for the

    plant check in C223,for which materials a production version exists for a combination of BOM and master recipe.

    For all these materials you can create a process order.Also if your process order type is configured in such a way that

    without a BOM and master recipe the order can be created means,then for the in-house manufactured materials the process

    order can be created.

    Similarly for all the in-house manufactured materials the master recipe can be created.For to this in config in SPRO-->production

    planning for process industries->settings for task list types->assign material types--->check for which material type the task

    list type 2 is linked,only for the materials created with these material type you can create the master recipe.

    Regards

    Mangalraj.S

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