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  1. 1. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD EHP4 for SAP ERP 6.0 June 2009 EnglishEnglish Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146) SAP AG Dietmar-Hopp-Allee 16 69190 Walldorf Germany Business Process Documentation 1. © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  2. 2. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Copyright © Copyright 2009 SAP AG. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or for any purpose without the express permission of SAP AG. The information contained herein may be changed without prior notice. Some software products marketed by SAP AG and its distributors contain proprietary software components of other software vendors. Microsoft, Windows, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. IBM, DB2, DB2 Universal Database, System i, System i5, System p, System p5, System x, System z, System z10, System z9, z10, z9, iSeries, pSeries, xSeries, zSeries, eServer, z/VM, z/OS, i5/OS, S/390, OS/390, OS/400, AS/400, S/390 Parallel Enterprise Server, PowerVM, Power Architecture, POWER6+, POWER6, POWER5+, POWER5, POWER, OpenPower, PowerPC, BatchPipes, BladeCenter, System Storage, GPFS, HACMP, RETAIN, DB2 Connect, RACF, Redbooks, OS/2, Parallel Sysplex, MVS/ESA, AIX, Intelligent Miner, WebSphere, Netfinity, Tivoli and Informix are trademarks or registered trademarks of IBM Corporation. Linux is the registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the U.S. and other countries. Adobe, the Adobe logo, Acrobat, PostScript, and Reader are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle Corporation. UNIX, X/Open, OSF/1, and Motif are registered trademarks of the Open Group. Citrix, ICA, Program Neighborhood, MetaFrame, WinFrame, VideoFrame, and MultiWin are trademarks or registered trademarks of Citrix Systems, Inc. HTML, XML, XHTML and W3C are trademarks or registered trademarks of W3C® , World Wide Web Consortium, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Java is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. JavaScript is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc., used under license for technology invented and implemented by Netscape. SAP, R/3, SAP NetWeaver, Duet, PartnerEdge, ByDesign, SAP Business ByDesign, and other SAP products and services mentioned herein as well as their respective logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of SAP AG in Germany and other countries. Business Objects and the Business Objects logo, BusinessObjects, Crystal Reports, Crystal Decisions, Web Intelligence, Xcelsius, and other Business Objects products and services mentioned herein as well as their respective logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Business Objects S.A. in the United States and in other countries. Business Objects is an SAP company. All other product and service names mentioned are the trademarks of their respective companies. Data contained in this document serves informational purposes only. National product specifications may vary. These materials are subject to change without notice. These materials are provided by SAP AG and its affiliated companies ("SAP Group") for informational purposes only, without representation or warranty of any kind, and SAP Group shall not be liable for errors or omissions with respect to the materials. The only warranties for SAP Group products and services are those that are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services, if any. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  3. 3. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Icons Icon Meaning Caution Example Note Recommendation Syntax External Process Business Process Alternative/Decision Choice Typographic Conventions Type Style Description Example text Words or characters that appear on the screen. These include field names, screen titles, pushbuttons as well as menu names, paths and options. Cross-references to other documentation. Example text Emphasized words or phrases in body text, titles of graphics and tables. EXAMPLE TEXT Names of elements in the system. These include report names, program names, transaction codes, table names, and individual key words of a programming language, when surrounded by body text, for example, SELECT and INCLUDE. Example text Screen output. This includes file and directory names and their paths, messages, source code, names of variables and parameters as well as names of installation, upgrade and database tools. © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  4. 4. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD EXAMPLE TEXT Keys on the keyboard, for example, function keys (such as F2) or the ENTER key. Example text Exact user entry. These are words or characters that you enter in the system exactly as they appear in the documentation. <Example text> Variable user entry. Pointed brackets indicate that you replace these words and characters with appropriate entries. © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  5. 5. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Contents 1 Purpose 5 2 Prerequisites 6 2.1 Master Data and Organizational Data 6 2.2 Business Conditions 7 2.3 Roles 8 2.3.1 Defining Queries for Personal Object Worklist (POWL) 8 2.4 Preliminary Steps 9 2.4.1 Creating User Settings for Requirement Planning 9 3 Process Overview Table 10 4 Process Steps 11 4.1 Anonymous Forecast and MRP 11 4.1.1 Creating Planned Independent Requirements 11 4.1.2 Material Requirements Planning at Plant Level 12 4.1.3 Evaluation of the Stock/Requirement List 14 4.2 Procurement to Stock 15 4.3 Capacity Planning 17 4.3.1 Capacity Evaluation 17 4.3.2 Changing Planned Order Schedule 18 4.4 Process Order Processing 19 4.4.1 Converting Planned Order to Process Order 20 4.4.2 Checking Material Availability – Missing Parts List 21 4.4.3 Material Staging for Production 22 4.4.4 Multilevel Order Report 23 4.4.5 Goods Issue of Batch-Managed Components 24 4.4.6 Posting Goods Receipt for Process Order 26 4.4.7 Confirmation of Production after Goods Receipt Posting 28 4.4.8 Goods Issue for Backflushed Components during Confirmation 29 5 Follow-up Processes 30 6 Appendix 30 6.1 Reversal of Process Steps 30 6.2 SAP ERP Reports 32 © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  6. 6. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry 2. Purpose The scenario Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry focuses on: ● Sales-order-independent production using MTS (Make-to-stock) production / process order processing. ● MRP planning with planned independent requirements gives planned orders for production as well as purchase requisitions for raw materials. ● Planned orders are converted into process orders. ● Components are staged to the shop floor location. ● Batch-management components are issued at production start immediately, semi-finished and finished products produced, in conjunction with batch management. ● Backflushing is used for the packaging material (without batch management) at finished product confirmation. ● Process order confirmation triggers order controlling and settlement. ● Planned Independent Requirements Creation The process can be started with two different starting points: ○ start with SOP (Sales Operation Planning)  proceed scenario Quarterly Plan - Sales Quantity Forecast with CO-PA (179) or scenario Logistics Planning (144) and start Make to Stock – Process Industry with the second step Material Requirements Planning (MRP) ○ start with creating Independent Requirements manually  proceed Make to Stock – Process Industry with the first step Irrespective of the starting point you choose, the result is independent requirements for your BOM header material, which are then used as input for MRP planning. ● Material Requirements Planning (MRP) The daily MRP run generates replenishment elements at each low-level code. The system automatically generates purchase requisitions for purchased parts within the 3-month opening period for the planned order. The system uses planned orders to implement receipt elements, which are also required. In general, the system also creates planned orders for parts, which will be produced internally. When the planned opening date has been reached, these planned orders are converted to process orders by the production planner. As a result, the system reserves all of the required components. Capacity requirements have been created for planned orders and process orders, allowing capacity evaluation for the required resources at each level. Order schedules may be changed in case of capacity overload, requiring MRP run again in order to reschedule dependent material requirements. Some materials (for example, the Raw Material Batch 3 (R30)) are planned on a consumption basis. Since these materials do not have storage restrictions due to shelf-life-management, larger quantities of this material can be stored in the warehouse. Replenishment orders are triggered as soon as a specified reorder point is reached. ● Make-to-stock production for semifinished and finished products The production planner converts the planned orders with selection of start date. It is assumed that material availability at the plant is assured due to prior MRP planning. The components are usually stored at the general warehouse location, and staged to the shop floor level as requested for daily production. © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  7. 7. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD In order to ensure data consistency (batch-managed components such as ingredients are issued with the same batch number as physically used), goods issue with order reference is posted at production start. Backflushing can be used for non-batch-managed components such as packaging materials. While the semifinished material production still is running, it is already handed over to the next line as input material for the finished product. Therefore the goods receipt postings are done for partial quantities already, allowing their immediate consumption for the next production step and thereby also ensuring batch traceability. Once the daily production run for the semifinished product is finished, the sum of the produced quantity (as well as the additional scrap quantity) is transferred into the final order confirmation. Generally, only the last operation phase is confirmed, thereby confirming prior operation phases via milestone confirmation. Only in case of exceptions such as unplanned scrap earlier operation phases may be confirmed step by step. Final confirmation updates process order status automatically, then triggering production controlling. Variance analysis and order settlement may be performed distinctively for every finished order, or as part of period end closing, dependent on reporting requirements. 3. Prerequisites 1. Master Data and Organizational Data Default Values Essential master and organizational data was created in your ERP system in the implementation phase, such as the data that reflects the organizational structure of your company and master data that suits its operational focus, for example, master data for materials, vendors, and customers. The business process is enabled with this organization-specific master data, examples are provided in the next section. Operational Focus SAP Best Practices delivers standard values for more than one operational focus area, such as Services, Trade or Manufacturing. This means that you may find more than one master data table below. Use the master data that matches the operational focus of your company (Service, Manufacturing or Trading). Additional Default Values You can test the scenario with other SAP Best Practices default values that have the same characteristics. Check your SAP ECC system to find out which other material master data exists. Using Your Own Master Data You can also use customized values for any material or organizational data for which you have created master data. For more information on how to create master data, see the Master Data Procedures documentation. Use the following master data in the process steps described in this document: Manufacturing / Trading Master data Value Comments © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  8. 8. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Material F29 MTS processing for process industry with batch processing S24 Semifinished Product PI, batch managed R15 Packaging material, no batch, external procured R09 Raw material, batch-managed, external procured R19 Raw material, batch-managed, external procured R30 Raw material, batch-managed, external procured Master Recipe MR-50001 Master Recipe S24 - Ink (Process) MR-50002 Master Recipe F29 - Bottled Ink (Batched-Process) Plant 1000 Production plant Storage Location 1020 Production storage location 1030 Shipping storage location 1050 Stores storage location Bill of Material Structure This overview shows the bill of material structure and the usage of each component. Material Level Material type Unit Characteristic of material F29 0 FERT BT MTS processing for process industry with batch processing R15 1 RAW PC Packaging material, no batch, external procured S24 1 SEMI CCM Semifinished Product PI, batch managed R09 2 RAW KG Raw material, batch-managed, external procured R19 2 RAW L Raw material, batch-managed, external procured R30 2 RAW L Raw material, batch-managed, external procured 2. Business Conditions © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  9. 9. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD The business process described in this Business Process Documentation is part of a bigger chain of integrated business processes or scenarios. As a consequence, you must have completed the following processes and fulfilled the following business conditions before you can start going through this scenario: Business condition Scenario You have completed the following steps described in the Business Process Documentation Prerequisite Process Steps (154): ● Roll MM Period to Current Period. Perform this activity if the MM period in the system is not set to the current period. Usually, this activity has to be done once a month. ● Product Costing: Costing Run Prerequisite Process Steps (154) To run through this scenario, the forecast for the finished product have do be planned. To execute this activity, run the Business Process Documentation for Logistics Planning (144) scenario. This scenario is optional – you can also start the scenario with creating the planned independent requirements in the first process step. Logistics Planning (144) 3. Roles Use The following roles must have already been installed to test this scenario in the SAP NetWeaver Business Client (NWBC). The roles in this Business Process Documentation must be assigned to the user or users testing this scenario. You only need these roles if you are using the NWBC interface. You do not need these roles if you are using the standard SAP GUI. You do not need these roles if you are not using the NWBC interface, but the standard SAP GUI. Prerequisites The business roles have been assigned to the user who is testing this scenario. Business role Technical name Process step Employee (Professional User) SAP_NBPR_EMPLOYEE-S Assignment of this role is necessary for basic functionality. Production Planner SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER-S MD02, MD04, MD12, COR8, CO24, CM05; MD61 Shop Floor Specialist SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR-S MF60, COOISPI, COIK, COR6N Warehouse Clerk SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK-S MIGO © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  10. 10. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Production Supervisor SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER-M CM05 Shop Floor Specialist SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR-S COOISPI, Material Document List 1. Defining Queries for Personal Object Worklist (POWL) The following queries must be defined to test this scenario in the SAP NetWeaver Business Client (NWBC). You only need these queries if you are using the NWBC interface. You do not need these queries if you are using the standard SAP GUI. The queries are necessary to access role specific worklists in the SAP NetWeaver Business Client (NWBC). For more information on the creation of queries, see the section Creation of Queries in Personal Object Worklists (POWLs) in the Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Package (DE) document. Business role Application Object Type Variant Name Variant Selections Selection Criteria Query Name Production Supervisor Capacity Overview PRPL_CAPACITY_LOAD - - Plant: 1000 Work Center (Mixing) or (Bottling) or (Packing) e.g. Capacity Overview Result You can now process the scenario Make-to-Stock Production - Process Industry (146). 4. Preliminary Steps 1. Creating User Settings for Requirement Planning Use In this step, you set up user settings that are necessary for requirement planning. Procedure 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) SAP ECC menu Logistics  Materials Management  Inventory Management  Environment  Stock-Stock/Requirements List Transaction code MD04 Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  11. 11. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Business role Production Planner (SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER-S) Business role menu Production  Evaluations  Reports  Display Stock/Requirements Situation 2. On the Stock/Requirements List: Initial Screen, make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment Material number Finished Product PI (F29) Plant Plant 1 (1000) 3. Choose Enter and confirm the information message. 4. Navigate to Environment  Navigation Profile  Assign (NWBC: More…  Environment  Navigation Profile  Assign). 5. Select the General Settings tab page. 6. In the Navigation Profile field, choose the navigation profile SAPPPMRP00 MRP Controller. 7. Choose Save and confirm the information message. 8. Go back to the menu. Result You have created the user settings necessary for the requirements planning. 4. Process Overview Table Process step External process reference Business condition Business role Transaction code Expected results Logistics Planning (Optional) Logistics Planning (144) See logistics planning scenario See logistics planning scenario See logistics planning scenario See logistics planning scenario Create Planned Independent Requirements Production Planner MD61 Independent requirements for finished product is created Material Requirements Planning at Plant Level Production Planner MD02 Independent requirements for finished product were planned Evaluation of the Stock/Requiremen t List Production Planner MD04 Stock/requirement s situation for the planned materials © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  12. 12. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD is analyzed Procurement of Stock Procurement of Stock Material (130) See scenario Procurement of stock See scenario Procurement of stock See scenario Procurement of stock Sufficient stock for all raw or semi-finished products in this scenario is available Capacity Evaluation Production Supervisor CM05 Capacity checked and rescheduled if necessary Change Planned Order Schedule Production Planner MD12 The planned order is firmed Convert Planned Order to Process Order Production Planner COR8 The system generated process order(s) Check material availability – missing parts list Production Planner CO24 Material availability is checked for all relevant process orders Material Staging for Production Shop Floor Specialist MF60 All materials, needed for the process order were moved from various storage locations to the production storage location Multilevel Order Report Shop Floor Specialist COOISPI Worklist for process orders, components and operations Pick Components (picking list) Shop Floor Specialist COIK The goods movements have been posted Goods issue manually (instead of picking list) Shop Floor Specialist MIGO The goods movements have been posted Post Goods Receipt for Process Order Warehouse Clerk MIGO The goods receipt for the process order is posted Confirmation of Production after Goods Receipt Shop Floor Specialist COR6N Final confirmation of the last operation has © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  13. 13. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Posting been carried out Goods Issue for backflushed components during confirmation Shop Floor Specialist COR6N Backflushed components are issued with the confirmation posting automatically Period End Closing (only once a month) Period end closing “general” Plant (181) See period end closing scenario See period end closing scenario See period end closing scenario See period end closing scenario 5. Process Steps 1. Anonymous Forecast and MRP 1. Creating Planned Independent Requirements Use Planned independent requirements are used to perform demand management functions. A planned independent requirement contains one planned quantity and one date, or a number of planned independent requirements schedule lines, that is, one planned quantity split over time according to dates. Use this step if you have not run the scenario Logistics Planning (144) first. Instead of creating single requirement, sometimes a requirements plan which includes one or more planned independent requirements can be maintained for mass processing. In this case, the requirements are grouped and maintained under a requirement plan number. Procedure 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) SAP ECC menu Logistics  Production  Production Planning  Demand Management  Planned Independent Requirements  Create Transaction code MD61 Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role Business role Production Planner (SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER-S) Business role menu Production  Production Planning  Demand Management  Create Planned Indep. Requirements © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  14. 14. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD 2. On the Create Planned Independent Requirement: Initial Screen, make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment Planned Independent Requiremen ts for Material Finished Product PI (F29) You have to select the radio button. Plant Plant 1 (1000) Selection parameters Version 00 Planning horizon From Change system default if necessary. To Planning period Week W 3. Confirm your entries with Enter. 4. On the Plnd ind. reqmts Create: Planning Table screen, enter the quantity of the independent requirements for a particular point in time or over a specific period of time for the material. (For example, set planned quantity 10.000 for each time interval). 5. Confirm with Enter. 6. Save your data and choose Back to return to the menu. 2. Material Requirements Planning at Plant Level Use The aim of material requirements planning is to tailor available capacities and receipts on time to suit requirements quantities. You can use MRP or consumption-based planning for this purpose. Single-item multi-level requirement planning is carried out for plant 1000. Prerequisites The finished product for PI (F29) is planned at plant level. There is now a requirement for the material Finished Product PI (F29) in plant 1000. Procedure 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  15. 15. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) SAP ECC menu Logistics  Production  MRP  Planning  Single-Item, Multi- Level Transaction code MD02 Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role Business role Production Planner (SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER-S) Business role menu Production  MRP  Planning  MRP - Single-Item, Multi-Level 2. On the Single-Item, Multi-Level screen, make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment Material Finished Product PI (F29) Plant Plant 1 (1000) Scope of planning Product group MRP control parameters Processing key NETCH Create purchase req. 1 (Purchase requisitions) Delivery schedules 3 (Schedule lines) Create MRP list 1 (MRP list) Planning mode 3 (Delete and recreate planning data) Scheduling 2 (Lead time scheduling and capacity planning) Process control parameters Also plan unchanged  (remove indicator) © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  16. 16. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD components Display results before they are saved  (remove indicator) Display material list  (remove indicator) Simulation mode  (remove indicator) 3. Confirm your entries with Enter. 4. Confirm the information message Please check input parameters. 5. Go back twice to return to the menu. 3. Evaluation of the Stock/Requirement List Use After the requirements planning has been carried out you want to display the stock/requirements situation for the material Finished Product PI (F29) in the stock/requirements list. Prerequisites The requirements planning has been carried out. Procedure 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) SAP ECC menu Logistics  Production  MRP  Evaluation  Stock/Requirements List Transaction code MD04 Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role Business role Production Planner (SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER-S) Business role menu Production  Evaluation  Reports  Display Stock/Requirements Situation 2. On the Stock/Requirements List: Initial Screen make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment Material Finished Product PI (F29) Plant Plant 1 (1000) 3. Confirm your entries with Enter. © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  17. 17. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD 4. From the menu, choose Environment  Total reqmts display. Using SAP NWBC choose More…  Environment  Total reqmts display. Here you can see all the planned independent requirements for the material and the corresponding allocation status at a glance. All sales orders are listed, regardless whether or not they have been allocated. 5. Choose Back to return to the Stock/Requirements List: Initial Screen. 6. Display the Stock/Requirements List as of <o’clock> Hrs screen again for the following materials: Field name Description User action and values Comment Material Semi finished Product PI (S24) Plant Plant 1 (1000) Field name Description User action and values Comment Material Packaging Material (R15) Plant Plant 1 (1000) Field name Description User action and values Comment Material Raw Material Batch 1 (R09) Plant Plant 1 (1000) Field name Description User action and values Comment Material Raw Material Batch 2 (R19) Plant Plant 1 (1000) Field name Description User action and values Comment Material Raw Material Batch 3 (R30) Plant Plant 1 (1000) 7. Choose Back twice to return to the SAP Easy Access screen. Result © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  18. 18. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD The BOM explosion during the MRP run has generated dependent requirements for the demand- driven planned components. Dependent requirements for the consumption-based components are generated by production orders (planned orders and process orders) at the time of reservation. Therefore MRP run also generated dependent requirements for the components. If inventory does not cover the requirements, planned orders are created for in-house-produced materials and purchase requisitions for externally procured materials. For R30, no requirements are created since this material is set as bulk material. 2. Procurement to Stock In the real business case, the raw materials are usually purchased from external vendors, which can be covered by the standard purchasing processing. You have the option either to post initial stock directly to the storage location or reference to the sub process Procurement w/o QM (130). First check in previous step (MD04), whether purchase requisition is generated for the material. If not, then there is sufficient stock available. Procurement w/o QM (130) Use In this scenario, we have several materials (raw or semi finished) to be procured. Procedure To execute this activity process the following steps using the master data from this document (see also table below): Steps to process from scenario Procurement to Stock - 130 Display List of Purchase Requisitions to be assigned Evaluation of the Stock/Requirement List Convert Assigned Requisitions to Purchase Orders Approval of Purchase Order Print Purchase Order Receive Goods from Vendor to the Purchase Order Master Data Field name User action and values Comment © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  19. 19. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Material R15 Raw Material, Packaging material, no batch Material R09 Raw material, batch managed (FIFO- Strategy) Material R19 Raw material, batch managed (FIFO- Strategy) Material R30 Raw material, batch managed (FIFO- Strategy) Vendor 300001 Purchasing org. 1000 Purchasing group 100, 101, 102, 770 840 9424 Material R15 – Purchasing group: 100 Material R09 – Purchasing group: 101 Material R19 – Purchasing group: 102 Material R30 – Purchasing group: 770 840 9424 Result Materials are available in stock. Optional: Initial Stock Posting 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) SAP ECC role menu Logistics  Materials Management  Inventory Management  Goods Movement  Goods Receipt  Other Transaction code MB1C Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role Business role Warehouse Clerk (SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK-S) Business role menu Warehouse Management  Consumption and Transfers  Other Goods Receipt 2. On the Enter Other Goods Receipts: Initial Screen, enter the following data: Field name Description User action and values Comment Movement Type 561 Plant 1000 © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  20. 20. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Storage Location 1050 Document date <previous month> Posting date <previous month> 3. Choose Enter. 4. On the Enter Other Goods Receipts: New Items screen, enter the following data according to the table below: To enter more than nine items, choose Create to open a blank page. Material Quantity <Material number> <Required quantity> 5. Choose Enter. 6. Choose Save. Result Initial stock for the material is posted. Make a note of the material document number _______________________. 3. Capacity Planning 1. Capacity Evaluation Use In this activity, the capacities are checked for overload on bottleneck resources. The selection of capacity requirements for leveling is based on the Change Time Period parameters on the selection screen. The default is four weeks out. During MRP, planned orders are created and scheduled in order to meet the material requirements. MRP run does not check capacity loads. If a resource is used for the production of more than one material (or if individual requirements are created for the same material at the same day) capacity overload may occur. Alternatively, it may be required to optimize capacity utilization via reduction of idle times through sequential scheduling planned orders (optimization of capacity utilization and rescheduling via “drag & drop” using the graphical planning table is not part of this building block). After running this activity, check the capacity leveling. Option A: If the capacity leveling is OK, go to step 4.4.1 (convert planned order to process order) Option B: If the capacity level is not OK, go to step 4.3.2 (change planned order schedule) Procedure 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  21. 21. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD SAP ECC menu Logistics  Production - Process  Process Planning  Evaluation  Resource View  Overload Transaction code CM05 2. On the Capacity Planning: Selection screen, make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment Work center Resource 1 (Mixing) or Resource 2 (Bottling) or Resource 3 (Packing) Optional Plant Plant 1 (1000) 3. Choose Settings  General and change the time period to day 4. Choose Settings  Evaluations  Standard Overview. Maintain 10% as minimum load. 5. Choose Standard overview. Capacity requirements are displayed, in comparison with available capacity and capacity load. 6. Choose Back twice to return to the SAP Easy Access screen or proceed with the next chapter. Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role Business role Production Supervisor (SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER-M) Business role menu Production  Evaluation  Capacity Overview 1. Select the active query Capacity Overview (Query name as defined in chapter 2.3.1) 2. Mark the work center line to enable the capacity utilization section. 3. To review the Capacity Requirements per Work Center and period, select a cell in the Capacity utilization section. 4. Close the window to return to the SAP NWBC screen. Result You have checked the capacity requirements. 2. Changing Planned Order Schedule Use You can change the order schedule to avoid capacity overloads at bottleneck resources or to sequence orders for resource utilization optimization. Procedure From within capacity overload check, you can progress with © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  22. 22. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD 1. Select the line detail and choose Cap. details/period. 2. To change a planned order or process order, select the requirements line and choose Order header. Select Planned order. 3. You can now change the scheduling dates by changing the order finish date (as default, planned orders are scheduled backwards), then select Schedule planned order. 4. Save the order and refresh the capacity load overview. Alternatively, you can change the planned orders directly: 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) SAP ECC menu Logistics  Production - Process  Production Planning  MRP  Planned Order  Change Transaction code MD12 2. On the Change Planned Order: Initial Screen, make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment Planned order number <Order number> 3. Change the scheduling dates by changing the order finish date (as default, planned orders are scheduled backwards). 4. Select Schedule planned order. 5. Save the order. Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role Business role Production Planner (SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER-S) Business role menu Production  MRP  Planned Order 1. On the All Planned Orders screen, select <your Planned Order> and choose Change Planned Order. 2. Change the scheduling dates by changing the order finish date (as default, planned orders are scheduled backwards). 3. Choose Schedule planned order. 4. Save the order. Result Capacity requirements are rescheduled and the planned order is firmed, so that another MRP run do not change order scheduling. 4. Process Order Processing © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  23. 23. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD In this scenario, the production process has to be executed at first for the semi finished material (S24) and afterwards for the finished product (F29). 1. Converting Planned Order to Process Order Use In this activity, you create process orders. Order release is executed automatically, so that production may start immediately. Procedure 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) SAP ECC menu Logistics  Production Process  MRP  Planned Order  Convert to Proc. Ord.  Collective Conversion Transaction code COR8 Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role Business role Production Planner (SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER-S) Business role menu Production  MRP  Planned Order  Collective Conversion of Planned Orders 2. On the Collective Conversion of Planned Orders: Initial Screen, make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment Planning Plant Plant 1 (1000) Production Plant Plant 1 (1000) Optional Production Scheduler YB2 Optional Order type YBM2 You should use Production Scheduler (together with production plant) and Opening Date Range to limit the selection. Planned Orders may be firmed if immediate conversion is not required by using transaction MD07. 3. Choose Execute. 4. Select the planned orders as noted from the multilevel order report for conversion. Choose Convert. Make a note of the process order number(s): _________. Result The system generated process order(s). © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  24. 24. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD It is possible to change order quantities (such as merging the quantities of 2 planned orders into one process order. You may then delete the obsolete planned orders from the selection list before executing order conversion. You will need to rerun MRP in order to delete the obsolete planned orders from the database (be aware that the planned orders then must not be firmed, otherwise MRP would leave them untouched). 2. Checking Material Availability – Missing Parts List Use This activity allows you to collectively check availability for your process orders. Procedure 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) SAP ECC menu Logistics  Production Process  Process Order  Reporting  Missing Parts Info System Transaction code CO24 Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role Business role Production Planner (SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER-S) Business role menu Production  Evaluation  Reports  MissingPartsInfoSyst 2. On the MissingPartsInfoSyst screen, make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment Plant Plant 1 (1000) Material Optional Production Scheduler YB2 Optional Layout 000000000001 Standard Layout Material View You should use Production Scheduler (together with production plant) and Opening Date Range to limit the selection. Planned Orders may be firmed if immediate conversion is not required by using transaction MD07. 3. Choose Execute. 4. Optional: adapt your layout to additionally show the fields withdrawal Qty and Shortage Qty. © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  25. 25. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD 5. Select a line, choose Environment and either ● stock requirements list ● stock overview ● backorder processing ● availability overview ● change order Result Material availability is checked for all relevant process orders within your responsibility area. You may then request, for example, the purchasing department for procurement options. 3. Material Staging for Production Use This activity pulls the materials required for the process order from the warehouse storage location to the production storage location. The materials required are located in the available stock of the warehouse storage location. In case that there is enough material in the shop floor storage location (1020) or if the requirement date is not yet reached, material staging is not possible. Procedure 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) SAP ECC menu Logistics  Production  Shop Floor Control  Goods Movements  Material Staging  Pull List Transaction code MF60 Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role Business role Shop Floor Specialist (SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR-S) Business role menu Shop Floor  Process  Order Processing  Material Staging for Planned Orders 2. On the Initial Screen, choose Stor.loc.level. 3. On the Initial Screen, enter your plant and in Selection period for reqmts the date when the materials in the orders are required or later. 4. Choose the Production/process orders tab page. 5. Make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment Production scheduler YB2 Optional © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  26. 26. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Order <Order number> Optional Selection period for reqmts. Leave blank if necessary. Replenishment storage location Storage location (1050) 6. Choose Execute. 7. On the next screen, choose Select all (at the bottom of the screen). 8. Choose Create Replenish. Proposals. 9. At the top of the screen, choose Replenishment Elements. 10. At the bottom of the screen, choose Select all. 11. At the bottom of the screen, choose Batch/Stck Determination. The Replenishment storage location is found automatically during batch determination, via stock determination rule (maintained in material master MRP2 view). This should be the same storage location as used in the Purchase Order item. 12. On the Batch Determination MM: Select Batches screen, select your batch and choose Copy. 13. At the bottom of the screen, choose again Select all. 14. Choose Stage. 15. Choose Save. Result The system transfers the materials (material document) from the component storage location to the manufacturing storage location. 4. Multilevel Order Report Use This activity generates a worklist for process orders, components and operations, with user- specific selection and layout settings. Procedure 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) SAP ECC menu Logistics  Production - Process Process Order  Reporting  Order Information System  Process Order Information System Transaction code COOISPI Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role Business role Shop Floor Specialist © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  27. 27. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD (SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR-S) Business role menu Shop Floor  Process  Order Processing  Process Order Information System 2. On the Process Order Information System screen, make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment List PPIOH000 Order Headers Select one of the options. Layout 000000000002 Select one of the options. Production plant Plant 1 (1000) Order type YBM2 Optional Production scheduler YB2 Optional Sys. status CNF (exclude) Allows selection of all orders that require physical processing Sys. Status TECO (exclude) Allows selection of all orders that require physical processing Basic start date current date Basic start date to end of this week Using the layout selection within the selection screen you can access the required lists, such as order header, components lists or operations list. Within the report you may download or print the list. Layout settings can be made user-specific, allowing personalized list views. 3. Choose Execute. Result You have generated a work list your process orders. If any process orders still have the status Material shortage (MSPT) you can edit these orders and check the material availability (ATP) manually. 5. Goods Issue of Batch-Managed Components Use © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  28. 28. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD The withdrawing of the raw materials is used for the process order. This can be done by using picking list or manually goods issue. If the material is set for backflush (in material master or resource), the withdrawing is done automatically after you confirm the operation or the whole order. Backflushing should not be used for batch-managed components (in order to ensure that the physically picked and consumed batch is the same as the recorded batch). 1. Picking Components (Picking List) Use The released process order is now ready for picking. All materials that have been moved to the production storage location can be issued to the process order using the pick list. Prerequisites Ensure that sufficient material is available in the production storage location. You can check this using transaction MMBE or the missing parts list (CO24, step 4.4.2). Procedure 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) SAP ECC menu Logistics  Production - Process Process Order  Environment  Material Movement  Picking Transaction code COIK Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role Business role Shop Floor Specialist (SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR-S) Business role menu Shop Floor  Process  Order Processing  Picking list 2. On the Picking List: Initial Screen, make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment Profile Standard pick profile 000002 Process order Order number of the process order to be picked Enter your order number. Optional Plant Production plant Plant 1 (1000) Storage location Production storage location Shop floor storage location (1020) © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  29. 29. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Basic start date Current date Basic start date to Current date + 1 3. Choose Execute. 4. Select the relevant reservations and choose Picking. A list of all the selected reservations is displayed. 5. Select the picking lines and choose Batch Determination. If during batch determination only part of the required quantities is found to be available, the unconfirmed quantity will remain as open line item within the picking list. You should then delete the line item from the picking list prior to saving, as this line item cannot be posted. 6. On the Batch Determination MM: Select Batches screen (NWBC: Picking List), select your batch and choose Copy. 7. Choose Save to post the goods movements. 8. Choose Back to return to the SAP Easy Access screen. Result The goods movements have been posted. 2. Goods Issue Manually (Instead of Picking List) Procedure 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) SAP ECC menu Logistics  Materials Management  Inventory Management  Goods Movement  Goods Issue (MIGO) Transaction code MIGO Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role Business role Warehouse Clerk (SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK-S) Business role menu Warehouse Management  Consumption and Transfers  Other Goods Movement 2. On the Goods Receipt Purchase Order screen (NWBC: Goods Issue Order screen), make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  30. 30. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Action Goods issue Reference Order Order number <Process order number> From previous steps 3. Confirm your entries with Enter. 4. Ensure that detail data is not expanded. For each item shown, select OK. 5. Select Stock determination for each item. The batch determination is processed in the background. 6. On the Batch Determination MM: Select Batches screen (NWBC: Picking List), select your batch and choose Copy. 7. Choose Check. 8. Choose Save. Result The goods movements have been posted. 6. Posting Goods Receipt for Process Order Use The purpose of this activity is to post the goods receipt for the process order. You may post goods receipt for the total quantity, but usually already partial quantities of the products are required for further processing, such as consumption for further production or subsequent deliveries for sales orders. Procedure 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) SAP ECC menu Logistics  Materials Management  Inventory Management  Goods Movement  Goods Issue (MIGO) Transaction code MIGO 2. On the Goods Receipt Purchase Order screen, make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment Action Goods Receipt 1st top-left frame Reference Order 2nd top-left frame Order The process order number you noted before Document date Default © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  31. 31. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Posting date Default 3. Confirm your entries with Enter. 4. Choose the Quantity tab and correct the quantity according to the physical quantity received. 5. Set the Delivery Completed Indicator for 2 set if you don’t expect further GR postings for the given order. 6. Maintain the production date if you post GR for your finished product. The production date is used in order to calculate shelf life expiration date, as maintained in material master (plant storage view). 7. Set the Item OK indicator. 8. Choose Post. The system displays the message: Material document 500xxxxxxx posted. 9. Choose Back to return to the SAP Easy Access screen. Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role Business role Warehouse Clerk (SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK-S) Business role menu Warehouse Management  Consumption and Transfer  Other Goods Movement 1. On the Goods Receipt Order screen, make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment Action Goods Receipt 1st top-left frame Reference Order 2nd top-left frame Order The process order number you noted before Document date Default Posting date Default 2. Confirm your entries with Enter. 3. Choose the Quantity tab and correct the quantity according to the physical quantity received. 4. Set the Delivery Completed Indicator for 2 set if you don’t expect further GR postings for the given order. 5. Maintain the production date if you post GR for your finished product. The production date is used in order to calculate shelf life expiration date, as maintained in material master (plant storage view). © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  32. 32. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD 6. Set the Item OK indicator. 7. Choose Post. The system displays the message: Material document 500xxxxxxx posted. Result The goods movements have been posted. The batch number has been created automatically during the posting. Production date and shelf life expiration date are recorded within the batch master of the finished product. 7. Confirmation of Production after Goods Receipt Posting Use In process industry, GR and GI postings are usually done immediately at the physical movements of the materials in order to ensure batch traceability and data consistency. Order confirmations are done at shift end or day end (with the process orders covering the shift or day production run). The sum of the GR quantity for the given order is then recorded within the confirmation, as well as scrap quantities (optional). The time ticket confirmation allows to record either the default times for machine and labor usage, or record actual times in case of major deviations. If no major deviations occurred, only the last phase needs to be confirmed. Via milestone confirmation all prior phases will then be confirmed automatically. Prerequisites The goods receipt posting for the order product (Finished Product PI (F29) or Semi finished Product PI (S24) has been done in the previous step, the total quantity has been recorded. Procedure 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) SAP ECC menu Logistics  Production- Process  Process Order  Confirmation  Enter for Phase  Time ticket Transaction code COR6N Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role Business role Shop Floor Specialist (SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR-S) Business role menu Shop Floor  Process  Order Processing  Enter Time Ticket for Process Order 2. On the Enter time ticket for process order screen, make the following entries: Field name Description User action and values Comment Order The process order number Phase./ Activity The last operation number. For example, 0040. Optional. If not entered, automatically the last phase default © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  33. 33. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Confirm. type Final confirmation Default Clear open reservations X Default 3. Confirm your entries with Enter. 4. In the Yield field, enter the amount you want to confirm (same quantity as your prior GR quantity) If you want to check your backflushed components, continue with step 4.4.8 before saving the confirmation entries. 5. Save your entries. 6. Choose Back to return to the SAP Easy Access screen. Result The final confirmation of the last operation has been carried out. Costs and activity quantities have been recalculated in proportion to the yield quantity. 8. Goods Issue for Backflushed Components during Confirmation Use Packaging materials may not necessarily be batch-managed, and therefore may be issued automatically through order confirmation. This step is only required for the finished good (F29) Prerequisites The goods receipt posting for the order product (Finished Product PI (F29) has been done in the previous step, the total quantity has been recorded. Tasks 1 to 4 of step Confirmation of Production after Goods Receipt Posting have been performed. Procedure 1. In the Yield field of transaction COR6N, you have already entered the amount you want to confirm (same quantity as your prior GR quantity). 2. Choose Goods Movements. 3. Check the material entries and quantities. 4. Save your entries. 5. Choose Back to return to the SAP Easy Access screen. Result The final confirmation of the last operation has been carried out. Backflushed components are issued with the confirmation posting automatically (packaging material (R15) within the confirmation of orders for Finished Product PI (F29). 6. Follow-up Processes You have finished all activities that are part of the business process described in this document. To accomplish subsequent activities of this business process, carry out the process steps described in one or more of the following scenarios, using the master data from this document. © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  34. 34. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Period End Closing “General” Plant (181) (Optional) Use In this activity, you perform the period end financial accounting activities for the plant. These are executed collectively as a part of month-end closing. For more information on the month-end closing procedure, see the Business Process Documentation for Period end closing "general" Plant. Note that month-end closing can only be executed once a month. 7. Appendix 1. Reversal of Process Steps In the following section, you can find the most common reversal steps, which you can take to reverse some of the activities described in this document. Create Independent Requirements Transaction code (SAP GUI) MD61 Reversal: Change Independent Requirements Transaction code (SAP GUI) MD62 Business role Production Planner (SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER-S) Business role menu Production  Production Planning  Demand Management  Change Planned Indep. Requirements Comment Delete line items in planning table. MRP has to be rerun to correct dependent requirements Convert Planned Order to Process Order Transaction code (SAP GUI) COR8 Reversal: Change Process Order – Restrict Processing Transaction code (SAP GUI) COR2 Business role Production Planner © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  35. 35. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD (SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER-S) Business role menu Production  Shopfloor Control  Process Order  Change Process Order Comment It is not possible to delete process orders directly (deletion may only occur via archiving). Instead, further processing is restricted, so that goods movements and cost postings with reference to the restricted orders is not longer allowed Select Technical completion if costs have already been posted with order reference, in order to allow further order settlement. Selection of Lock will not only block logistics movements but also order settlement. Final order closure is only possible if the order balance is zero. Material Staging for Order Transaction code (SAP GUI) MF60 Reversal: Cancel material document Transaction code (SAP GUI) MBST Business role Warehouse Clerk (SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK-S) Business role menu Warehouse Management  Consumption and Transfers  Cancel Material Document Comment The material posting of the material document is reversed. The original document remains in the system’s database Process Goods Issue of batch- managed components Transaction code (SAP GUI) COIK, MIGO Reversal: Cancel material document Transaction code (SAP GUI) MBST Business role Warehouse Clerk (SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK-S) © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  36. 36. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Business role menu Warehouse Management  Consumption and Transfers  Cancel Material Document Comment The material posting of the material document is reversed. The original document remains in the system’s database Goods Receipt from Production Transaction code (SAP GUI) MIGO Reversal: Cancel material document Transaction code (SAP GUI) MBST Business role Warehouse Clerk (SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK-S) Business role menu Warehouse Management  Consumption and Transfers  Cancel Material Document Comment The material posting of the material document is reversed. The original document remains in the system’s database Confirmation of Production after Goods Receipt Posting Transaction code (SAP GUI) COR6N Reversal: Cancel process order confirmation Transaction code (SAP GUI) CORS Business role Shop Floor Specialist (SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR-S) Business role menu Shop Floor  Process  Order Processing  Cancel Process Order Confirmation Comment If backflushing was used for components issue, the relevant material movement is cancelled as well. Goods Issue for backflushed © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  37. 37. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD components during confirmation Transaction code (SAP GUI) COR6N Reversal: Cancel process order confirmation Transaction code (SAP GUI) CORS Business role Shop Floor Specialist (SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR-S) Business role menu Shop Floor  Process  Order Processing  Cancel Process Order Confirmation Comment 2. SAP ERP Reports Use The table below lists the reports that you can use to obtain additional information on this business process. You can find detailed descriptions of the individual reports in the following BPD documents, which provide a comprehensive compilation of all important reports: ● Financial Accounting: SAP ERP Reporting for Accounting (221) ● Logistics Processes: SAP ERP Reports for Logistics (222) Note that the descriptions of some reports that are an indispensable part of the process flow may be located directly in the section where they belong. Reports Report title Transact ion code NWBC Business Role Business Role Menu Comment Capacity Planning CM01 Production Supervisor Production  Evaluation  Capacity Overview The capacity evaluation is displayed. Missing Parts Info System CO24 Production Supervisor Production  Worklist A list of missing parts. Process Order Information System COOISPI Production Supervisor Production  Worklist A list of all process orders. MRP List MD05 Production Planner Production  The stock/requirements © SAP AG Page 33 of 33
  38. 38. SAP Best Practices Make-to-Stock Production – Process Industry (146): BPD Evaluations  MRP List Individual Display situation at the time of the last planning run. Stock Overview MMBE Warehouse Manager Warehouse Management Inventory Control  Environment  Stock Overview A list of stock is displayed. © SAP AG Page 33 of 33

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