Rescheduling horizon impact on net requirement calculation
Dear MRP experts ,
What is the impact of Recrudescing horizon on net requirement calculation .
Alok Kumar Tiwari replied
The rescheduling check is used to change the dates of already existing firmed receipts not planned on the same day as the requirement to suit the requirement date.
If you look at MD04, the rescheduling date is based on the Stocks Requirement date.
In the net requirements calculation, the system checks whether warehouse stock or firmed receipts are available to cover requirements. If a material shortage exists, the system usually creates a new procurement proposal.
Within this rescheduling horizon, the net requirements calculation checks whether, after a requirement, a firmed receipt exists, which can be used to cover this requirement. Then the system displays a rescheduling date as well as the exception message Bring process forward for this receipt. The net requirements calculation then uses this receipt and the system will only create another procurement proposal if the receipt quantity is not sufficient to cover the complete requirement. Several firmed receipts can be used to cover one requirement.
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