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Dynamic rounding Calculation.

Hi,

for Dynamic Rounding Profile, i got the following example from SCN.

Examples

A material's base unit of measure is 1 unit; the purchase order is to be delivered in layers (1 layer corresponds to 5 units) or in pallets (1 pallet corresponds to 8 layers which contains 40 units).

You maintain the profile as follows:

From a requirements of 2 units, the system is to round up to 5; from a requirement of 32 units, the system is to round up to 40.

This results in the following order proposal quantities:

1.     Requirement from 1 -> 1

2.     Requirement from 2 -> 5

3.     Requirement from 6 -> 10

4.     Requirement from 7 -> 10

5.     requirement from 31 -> 30

6.     requirement from 32 -> 40

7.     requirement from 74 -> 80

I want to know the calculation details for getting this result. Specially for Bold text line.

To may understanding for line 3 and line 5 are similar but why on line 3 the qty is rounded up and in line 5 why the qty is rounded down. Explain pls.

Thanks With Regards,

Dinesh Kumar V.

Former Member
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Hello ,

This not a authorized official  SAP help link,

Refer documentation of transaction OWD1

Examples

A material has the base unit of measure 1 unit; the purchase order is to be supplied in layers (1 layer is equal to 5 units) or in palettes (1 palette is equal to 8 layers equal to 40 units).

You maintain the profile as follows:
From a requirement of 2 units, the system is to round up to 5; from a requirement of 32 units the system is to round up to 40.

This results in the following order proposal quantities:
Requirement of 1 -> 1 Requirement of 31 -> 35
Requirement of 2 -> 5 Requirement of 32 -> 40
Requirement of 6 -> 10 Requirement of 41 -> 45
Requirement of 7 -> 10

Refer these links

SAP Online Help

Rounding Profile - Consumption-Based Planning (MM-CBP) - SAP Library

Best Regards,

R.Brahmankar

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