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Work Scheduling View

Work Scheduling View:

To produce an assembly or subassembly, you need to maintain a work scheduling view for the material.

Production Scheduler:

They have to be configured in SAP IMG as required.

Production Scheduler is the scheduler responsible for a material in production activity control. The production scheduler determines how capacity requirements are calculated for a material during a scheduling run. You can use the Production Scheduler for the purpose of reporting, there are standard reports in SAP, that can be executed for a given production scheduler/s.

Configuration Path – Production à Shop Floor Control à Master Data à Define Production Scheduler

Production scheduling Profile:

Profile that you can use to specify that certain business transactions are carried out in parallel in a production order / process order (you can, for example, create and release an order at the same time, or release an order and print the shop papers) trigger an automatic goods receipt. The production scheduling profile is copied into the order during order creation.

Configuration Path – Production à Shop Floor Control à Master Data à Define Production Scheduling profile

Production Version:

Production Version defines for a material, the Bill of Material & Routing {Recipe} combination, for the production of a material, for a given Validity date & a lot size range.

It is a key which determines the various production techniques according to which a material can be manufactured.

See above for details in the earlier section

Batch management requirement indicator:

This indicator specifies whether the material is managed in batches at the plant for the material.

Setting this indicator: Very Easy

Undoing the setting: Very Hard

The indicator cannot be changed if stocks exist for the given material in either the current period or in the previous period. The reason for checking the previous period is because stocks can be posted to this period when goods movements are entered. Thus in turn if stocks or requirements are open for the given material, this indicator cannot be changed.

Process - To find out the activities that stop the batch management indicator from being reset you would have to go to the material master change mode (MM02) and check/uncheck the batch management indicator; on check/uncheck of this indicator the system would give an error message, if it is not able to reset the indicator. This Error message statement helps you to lead in uncheck/check the batch management indicator.

Note – a) You would have to make the entire Stock equal to Zero.

b) You would have to reverse all the open documents that are existing for the material.

c) You may also need to archive the Batch master data before you reset the batch management indicator.

Under Delivery/Over delivery Tolerance:

These are the tolerances of Goods receipt quantities against the order quantities.

Unlimited over delivery tolerance is the permission to receive unlimited quantity from the order over and above the order quantity.

Under Delivery tolerance is the permission to receive materials, in a % mentioned here, below the order quantity.

For example, if your production order quantity is 100 Units and the under delivery tolerance is 10%, then on the GR of 90 Units, the system sets the DLV Status to the order.

Over Delivery tolerance is the permission to receive materials, in a % mentioned here, above the order quantity.

For example, if your production order quantity is 100 Units and the over delivery tolerance is 10%, then on the GR of 110 Units, the system sets the DLV Status to the order.

Lot size dependant/Lot Size Independent In House times in Days:

The setup time a Processing times in number of days for a base quantity defines the total production time for a quantity used for MRP.

The In house Production time for a lot size independent number of days is the flat time required to produce a product irrespective of base quantity. These are the timings used in MRP.

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