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Règles de Wiener (aéro)

–Tout automatisme crée l’occasion d’une erreur humaine.

– Tout instrument étrange provoque des problèmes étranges.

– Les instruments numériques minimisent les petites erreurs tout en créant la possibilité de grosses erreurs.

– L’invention est mère de la nécessité.

– Certains problèmes n’ont pas de solution.

– Il suffit d’un avion pour faire ressortir le pire d’un pilote.

– Chaque fois que vous réglez un problème, vous en créez un nouveau. Vous pouvez seulement espérer que ce dernier soit moins grave que celui résolu.

– De même que vous n’êtes ni trop riche ni trop mince (duchesse de Windsor), vous n’êtes jamais trop prudent avec les données enregistrées dans un système de guidage numérique (Wiener).

Deleting data from APO

WUF : Cas d’emploi

First you deactivate the CIF interface between the ECC and SCM system.

Delete all the transaction data using transactions like /sapapo/rlcdel and programs like /sapapo/delete_pp_order, basically delete all the transaction data.

Delete all the dependent master data like Transportation lane, quota. PPM.

After deletion of all the dependent master and transaction data using MASSD transaction you can set the deletion flag for all the product location.

After the deletion flag is set use the program /SAPAPO/DELETE_PRODUCTS to delete all the product location for which deletion flag is set

Ecarts sur ordres – Production order variances

http://scn.sap.com/community/erp/manufacturing-pp/blog/2012/03/13/understanding-production-order-variance–part-1

 

Understanding Production Order Variance – Part 2 The SAP Perspective

Author: Ranjit Simon John

Every PP, FI and CO user in any Manufacturing Industry will be having a tough time while processing month-end activities. Production Order Variance posted against each process orders will have to be examined, explained & investigated thoroughly. Major questions arising will be;

  • Origin of Variance has come
  • How to Categorize the variance
  • How to cut down the variance.
  • Impact of variance on COGM, COGS & Closing Stock.

Answering these will be really tough.

We have faced all these scenarios and after months of deep research in this field I came across few conclusions.

Continuer la lecture

Account Assignment Of Production Order

Account Assignment Of Production Order
Where does the account assignment of the planned orders get generated from?
 
In our case, we have a make to order scenario-20, where by default, the account assignment for planned orders is « E ». i.e. sales order.—Normally this account assignment flows from Account assignment category defined in the Requirement Class. This Requirement class then assigned to Requirement type. This Requirement type is assigned to Strategy and this Strategy assigned Strategy group. Finally this strategy group is then linked to your material master.

For your case, I think this is coming from the Strategy Group 20.Check this by the following path:

1. Check the strategy assigned to strategy group 20 in T code OPPT or by path IMG -> Production -> Production Planning -> Demand Management -> Planned Independent Requirements ->Planning Strategy -> Define Strategy Group.

2. Then check which Requirement type is assigned to that Strategy in T Code OPPS or by path IMG -> Production -> Production Planning -> Demand Management -> Planned Independent Requirements -> Planning Strategy -> Define Strategy.

3. Now if this strategy you are using is 20 that is Make to order, then you will find settings for those Requirement type in Sales. For that you can take help from your SD consultant. Also providing you path for the same as below.

4. Check the assignment of Requirement class to requirement type in T Code OVZH or by path IMG -> Sales and Distribution -> Basic Functions -> Availability Check and Transfer of Requirements -> Transfer of Requirements -> Define Requirements Types.

5. At the end you have to check the settings and assignment of ‘Account Assignment Category’ for your Requirement Class in T Code OVZG or by path IMG -> Sales and Distribution -> Basic Functions -> Availability Check and Transfer of Requirements -> Transfer of Requirements -> Define Requirements Class.

6. Here check the ‘Account Assignment Category’ under ‘Account Assignment’ tab.

Requirement Class in T-code OVZG

Note:

Also, check the settings of Individual/coll. in MRP4 view for Semi-FG and Raw material in Material master.

Normally according to standard settings, it will be blank and you keep it as blank then it will take ‘Individual and collective requirements‘ which means it will take FG’s requirement. If You keep it as ‘1-Individual requirements only’ then it will take Individual requirement every time means it will be « E » for every requirement if your FG has « E ». And if you don’t want to follow the FG’s requirement plan then you have to keep it as ‘2-Collective requirements only‘.

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