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Material Master issue

Hi experts,

My client want to implement pp module So as far material master is concerned what data & views I have to require for create material ,For which pp cycle the views from material master going to change, We having by co products & by products also , I search on sdn But not get satisfactory solution.

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sangita

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 07:20 AM

    Hi Sangitha,

    To Implement PP module,the material master should have all MRP views.If you want to maintain co products,you should go to OMS2,Select required material type and in which you should restrict that no external purchase order not allowed and internal purchase order allowed.Then only that co product field will be appeared in MRP2 view.You should select that field.

    Thanks and regards,

    Sirdhar G

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  • Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 06:47 AM

    H;

    for MRP

    MRP1

    MRP2

    MRP3

    Shedule view

    costing view

    Regards

    kailas Ugale

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      Coproduct:

      When produce a main product, coproduct also produced simultaneously. It is having value same as main product.

      Byproduct:

      When produce a main product, Byproduct also produced simultaneously. It is not having much value compare to main product.

      Settings for Coproduct:

      1. In material master MRP2 view make coproduct indicator for main material and coproduct material.

      2. In BOM item details indicate as coproduct.

      3. In BOM base qty as negative qty.

      Settings for Byproduct:

      1. In material master MRP2 view make coproduct indicator for Byproduct material.

      2. In BOM base qty as negative qty.

      Thanks,

      Praveen.

  • Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 06:44 AM

    For PP you need FERT & HALB, In that Work Scheduling,MRP,Costing view will be mandatory for making Production order & apart from that all other view will be same.

    Refer below link for definition of by-product & co-product in system,

    [By Products and Co Products|by-products-and-co-products]

    Edited by: tej yadav on Feb 6, 2012 12:16 PM

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 06:52 AM

    All the data on a material that is independent of specific vendors, customers, or production routings, for example, should be stored in a central masterrecord.

    The data stored in the material master record is required for many purposes,

    including the following:

    Purchasing data is required for ordering purposes

    Inventory management data is needed to post goods movements and carry

    out physical inventories

    Accounting data is required for material valuation

    Materials planning data is needed for material requirements planning

    Since different user departments within an enterprise work with one material, and

    each department enters different information relating to it, the data in a material

    master record is subdivided according to area of use. Each user department thus

    has its own view of a material master record and is responsible for maintaining

    the data covered by this view.

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 06:56 AM

    Hi Sangitha

    If already material master is there so no need to create once again so please extended the view for the respective material master MRP1, MRP2, MRP3, MRP4, Work Scheduling , costing views

    Regards

    M B Raju

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