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Production Order Steps

Hi, the steps for a production order are: Specify order Type->Define Order Item->Copy Routing->Lead Time Scheduling->Copy BOM->Availability check->Optional changes->Save Production Order.
Is printing condidered as an "optional change" step?
Thank you in advance!

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2012 at 05:58 AM

    Dear,

    Yes print production order is separate function it will work as per the setting of production scheduling profile OPKP and setting of OPK8.

    Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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  • Posted on Jun 07, 2012 at 04:06 PM

    Eirirni Eirini,

    Didnt understand , in what referance you write this sequence of steps, please reply , hope you will get correct response from memebrs.

    if you want steps to create production order here is one way

    use transaction CO01, specify material number , plant , order type and sales order ( its optional for make to order)

    then inside order screen , you need to specify quantity , and scheduling type start or finish date.

    if there is production version mainatined BOM and routings will be copied from it otherwise depedn upon order type its will be selcted and if there is no routing and BOM, system wil ask you copy referance operation set or generate a operation and for BOM to copy it from some other material.

    you can also release and print production order, or it can be automated using production scheduling profile attached at material level.

    Hope this explanation will help you.

    Thanks

    Ritesh

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2012 at 02:11 PM

    Thank you a lot fot your replies!

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