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[GATP]Horizon for Recreating Receipts

Hello Friends.

we are using GATP(ATP + CTP) in our plant. One situation occurs when we have a big planned order at future. ATP changes order date to planned order. However we have capacity to produce now. For example:

I read the help and set the horizon for recreating receipts. I set this value to 15 days(In Product Masters), Check Horizon = 30 . At spro, set the consider Check Horizon = "X = Confirmation in checking horizon". I checked "Re-creat Receipts Elements" at the Maintain Check Instructions.

I miss something?

My goal is ATP don't use the planned orders in a far away future. If have capacity, start production.

Best Regards.

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    Posted on Mar 04, 2013 at 07:58 PM

    Hi Marcelo,

    What are these planned orders which are already there in system, if you are using CTP then why you have created planned order in advance.

    Please explain in more detail for us to understand you requirement, what exactly you scenario is and what you want to achieve with CTP.

    Rgds

    Sourabh

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  • Posted on Mar 04, 2013 at 08:23 PM

    Hi,

    The following conditions must be met to recreate the receipt elements in CTP scenario using make-to-order production.

    • Existence of fixed pegging relationship between sales order (consisting of exactly one item) and planned order. To automate this, you can define your planning procedure (SPRO->APO->SCP->PPDS->Maintain planning procedure) to consider fixed pegging CTP/ATP.
    • Your ECC 'requirements Type' configuration supports MTO production
    • The status of receipt elements allows deletion i.e. they are neither date nor quantity fixed.

    Thanks,

    Rajesh

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