In the standard system, the end date of the release of production is calculated from the company area at the time of commissioning of its SA. The end date of the go-ahead material implementation is calculated from the exchange area. This data is displayed in the spirit of the release of the corresponding delivery plan. Your system seems to be configured like our system. The values of the schedule agreement are ignored during the planning – we found ourselves something in the most difficult way. The control values were displayed in the material trunk. Once we`ve sorted these things out (like you), things work out the way we expected. In other words, Scenario 2 will not work for fixed time-closing planning. David Schedule`s lines, located outside the trade-off and enterprise zones, enter the planning area (forecast area) and serve only the general direction, as they have made no commitment on the part of the customer. MRP creates/modifies delivery plans within the fixed area and trading area. One in two periods to indicate the extent to which delivery lines for a delivery authorization are classified as fixed or semi-firm. If the date of a classification is in the replacement zone, the creditor has the green light to purchase all the materials necessary to produce the expected quantity.
The customer will compensate him in full for this expense (but not for other production costs) if he cancels the expected amount at a later date. ! Fixed Zone I Exchange Zone I !——————!—–I————————I-> days!! I`m on it! Date of publication Appointment is a long-term sales contract in which you establish delivery plans whenever there is a change of requirement or at predetermined time intervals. The delivery plan can be made on time/day/week/monthly. But it will contain different areas, z.B. Enterprise/Tradeoff/Forecast. Fixed zone plans are confirmed requirement and must be taken by the designated party. The trading area is the purchase of raw carpets and the customer is required to pay the costs of the raw material in case of cancellation of the requirements. The requirement of the forecast area is to help the lender plan its requirements.
When an SA version is transmitted to the supplier through IDoc, final data on the production and release of materials from the trade-off areas and the date of the creation of the SA will be determined. This data is displayed in the End of Production Go-Ahead delivery plan for the SA sharing head in the corresponding fields (End of Production Go-Ahead). Have you fixed the fixing on MRP1? Without this on the master of materials, I`m not sure you`ll be using fixed fence. Do you include an “end of the planning period” in the inventory needs list (MD04)? David Please explain in detail the concept of the company area and the out-of-area trade in Scheduling Agreement, and it is an ongoing impact of mrP, i.e. if I take a layout race for a Whci material has a fixed area of 30 days and the 60-day trade-off area then, this will be the result of the provision. The type of layout material is VB containment zone: (go-ahead for obtaining materials) If the fixed area ends in a month, enter 30 in the “Firmzone” field. The ab-two zone is a period of time in which you can make changes to your purchase proposals, these changes are accepted by the creditor. The second scenario I tried came from the delivery plan. I entered a value as a fixed zone and trade-off area in the additional article-screen data delivery agreement. I link sette on the field from mrp to “empyt” Emprty description is “scheduline lines, after trading out zone can be changed by mrp”. I saw the guy mrp on MRP1. With these parameters, changes in provisions change delivery plans in defined Firm-Trade-off areas.
With this scenario, nothing on MD04 shows what`s happening on the fixed area – Trade off Zone. The business area is the time frame in which you cannot change your orders (schedule posts) that you ordered from a creditor (change of date or change in quantity). For example, if you take the z