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Planned order not getting generated for material with MTS against scheduling agreement

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We are following MTS planning strategy and Scheduling agreement process.We defined the material(FERT/HALB) with MTS scenario in material master, and create a scheduling agreement for the specific material and also divide/expand this SA as weekly forecasting SA. When we run the MRP for an Material, planned order not getting generated. In Stock/Requirement screen, it shows only scheduling agreement information.

planning strategy - 10

Scheduling agreement type - LZ


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    Posted on Dec 12, 2012 at 08:21 AM

    Planning strategy 10 will not support planning against Scheduling aggrement

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      Hi Animesh,

      Even if i changed the planning strategy value for the material from 10 to 40, planned order not getting generated. We are not give any input value for the consumption mode field in material master, where we have to check and maintain consumption period?

      some of the values in Scheduling Agreement,

      Scheduling agreement type - LZ

      Scheduling Line Type : 4 - "Estimate"

      Schedule Line Category - L2 and L1 ( If we split the order qty for example tot ord qty-10, we are scheduling this week 4qty and next week 6qty, for the first line item with 6 qty displayed with "L2" second line item displayed with "L1")

      Requirement type in Scheduling agreement assigned with "KSL" by default.

      what will be the reason that planned order not getting generated


  • Posted on Dec 13, 2012 at 10:40 AM


    Use Strategy 40 for including sales order and scheduling agreement .


    Anupam Sharma

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