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Extra FC requierment in Product view in APO-Product view

Dear All,

I am facing a problem in SAP-APO that in product view i m finding 2 unknown requirement of purchased item of 2011 year iin form of PIR ( FC )requirement,which is not

found in MD62 and RLCDEL,the problem is that system creates requisition for this item which is not desired.Can you pl guide hw to delete this FC requirement.




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  • Posted on Jun 14, 2012 at 01:36 AM

    Hello Vikas,

    Have you tried consistency check report /sapapo/om17 - check consistency between DB and liveCache? And have you tried CCR report?

    Best Regards,


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    Posted on Jun 14, 2012 at 09:21 AM

    Vikas, whilst in RRP3 transaction type gt_io into the transaction box at the top of the screen. This will change the display of your product view to show the gui id's of the objects, but most importantly for you will show the order categories in the column CAT.

    Your forecast is possibly order category FA (which originated from DP) or order category FC which could be requirements entered as a negative value in the product view or perhaps planned independent requirements from R/3 and integrated via the cif.

    If you use live cache delete make sure you are choosing the right order category. Be aware that deleting the forecast directly from live cache can lead to inconsistencies in, for instance, consumption calculations. If the forecast originated from DP you'd do better to go to the DP planning book, delete the forecast and re-release.

    If it originated from PIR's in R/3 you need to delete them there otherwise the cif will keep recreating them if you change them or correct them from the delta report.

    Good luck


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