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JIT & FRC

hi experts,

please explain why JIT and FRC are useful for scheduling agreements ?

where they are set for SA ?

how the SA associated with release procedure ?

what are t-codes covered for SA ?

how we do the GR for scheduling agreements ?

is it possible to set GR non-valuated indicator for SA ?

how we do invoice verification for SA ?

what is the " item number-interval " and " sub-item interval " in header ?

Thanks & Regards

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<b>please explain why JIT and FRC are useful for scheduling agreements ?</b>

JIT- is short term planning(you can plan upto seconds)

FC-medium term planning

Mainly both are useful in material planning.

In companies normally have 3 shifts.material should reach the company thrice a day before shift starts,there we will use JIT.

if material has to come from long distance and will take some days.There we can plan FC.

<b>how the SA associated with release procedure ?</b>

both are called as "documents" in SA.If you use this facility with LPA document type.for use JIT you have to activate JIT automatically indicator in material master purchasing view

you can see that in release delivery schedule.For each release you have to use different messages.

<b>what are t-codes covered for SA ?</b>

ME31L-create schedule agreement

ME38-Release delivery schedule

ME84-JIT and FC release

<b>how we do the GR for scheduling agreements</b>

we do GR with ref. PO tab and it will work only after release the documents.

<b>is it possible to set GR non-valuated indicator for SA ?</b>

possible.if you activate the indicator in SA details tab

<b>how we do invoice verification for SA ?</b>

invoice verfication you can do before or after GR based on the selection.

<b>what is the " item number-interval " and " sub-item interval " in header ?</b>

item-number interval is the interval between the items.10,20...etc

sub-item number

no idea.

regards

venkadesh

reward for the effort

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