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when the exception message should shows reschedule in (22.05.2012) means whether we have to change the basic start date or basic finish date to 22.05.2012 ?

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2012 at 03:29 PM

    Hi Badari Prasad,

    10: Reschedule in

    Diagnosis

    In the rescheduling check, the system calculated a date to which the receipt is to be brought forward (rescheduled in) to avoid a material shortage. Since the date 22.05.2012 is of past date, reschedule in has come.

    The rescheduling date displayed is the date on which the receipt is to be available for MRP. This includes the goods receipt processing time. If this is not zero, this information is displayed as well as the required goods receipt date.

    System Response

    This exception is displayed in the MRP list, and in the stock/requirements list.

    Please check the below link:

    http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/ERPMan/What+is+rescheduling+and+how+does+it+work

    Regards,
    Srini

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2012 at 02:28 PM

    Hi Prasad,

    The 'Exception related to Schedule In or Our' refers to the difference between the 'Requirement Date' and 'Date on which the Stock addition is expected from the procurement element'.

    The Stock addition is related to the Finish date (if this is Production/Process order)(and could include GR processing time if applicable).

    So, the answer is --> Please change the 'Basic Finish date' matching to the Requirement date.

    Regards,

    Senthil

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