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MRP calculate planned order start date against sales scheduling agreement

Hi All,

We are following DI manufacturing with Planning strategy 40.We are maintaining Weekly forecast schedule in scheduling agreement instead of maintaining PIR. When we run the MRP for an specific FERT / HALB which is already having scheduling agreement, planned order will be generated based on our weekly forecast scheduling agreement. We have to know how MRP calculate the "planned order date" and created planned order for weekly forecast scheduling?

We are mention the qty in weekly forecast schedule like 2nd/3rd/4th week. In which date MRP will take as an planned order date, whether first day of week or mid of week or end of week? is there any settings to maintain this?

We are using MRP type as "PD" and lot size as "EX"

Thanks

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2013 at 09:49 AM

    Dear SKA,

    Please compare dates in planned order and period of scheduling agreement. It is quite obvious. I do not know the complete setup in your system. Most probably it would take into account requirement on first day of the week.

    Regards,

    Nitin Kurhade

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2013 at 11:09 AM

    Hi SKA,

    In MRP Lot Sizing Procedure(OMI4) we can maintain scheduling.

    Here we can change the requirement date, but I think it is valid only for Period Lot size i.e (daily, weekly, monthly).

    But for Lot size 'EX', I don't think so it will work.

    Thanks,

    Abhilash

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