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Multiple Schedule Lines during MRP run

Hello,

During MRP run system is creating multiple schedule lines for same delivery date. Could any one help me out, why system is creating multiple schedule lines for same delivery date instead of a single schedule line.

MRP type: PD

Lot Size: TB

Example: 16.04.2012 SA111111/00010 qty1

16.04.2012 SA111111/00010 qty1

16.04.2012 SA111111/00010 qty1

16.04.2012 SA111111/00010 qty1

Expected :

16.04.2012 SA111111/00010 qty4

Regards

Sangram

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    Posted on Apr 16, 2012 at 10:04 AM

    Hi Sangram

    Check the Processing Key while running MD02, it shall be NETCH

    -S Kumar

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  • Posted on Apr 16, 2012 at 04:29 PM

    Hi,

    Check in MD04 if you have schedule lines with exception messages. If you have these exception messages then in ME38 you will see multiple lines as you will have 1 line per exception message.

    Each of these lines are there because the exception message is telling you that the parts are probably needed earlier but the system is not able to plan these there (backward/forward scheduling principle of MRP).

    Normally if you would process the release from ME38 or ME84 the vendor will only get 1 line with the total requirement for that date.

    The system gives you a line per exception so that you can manually adjust these dates as per suggestion of the exception. This you would do after discussion with your vendor on the possibility of delivering these parts earlier then the settings that you did in the scheduling agreement (planned delivery time and GR processing time).

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    Posted on May 03, 2012 at 02:04 AM

    Hi,

    did you get an anwer for this? we are having the same issue..

    Thanks

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