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Standard components used as a PRT

thomaskinder977
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Dear all,

Can you please help me with the following case.

I do have a production level at which I use one of the raw materials or subassemblies as PRT. Meaning that I "borrow" a part from the warehouse (staging process is expected like for standard component) but I don't consume it. I use it for some fitting purpose and then I return it to the warehouse. Later this component is issued at a different production order.

Solution 1: Use Material PRT - drawback: no staging process possible
Solution 2: Use it as standard components - drawback: system will expect consumption

Do you see any other solution?

Thanks,
Thomas

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RAHEEL_BABAR
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Hi,

Good suggestion by AbdelRehman, however, You can manually reserve the required quantity of the raw material or subassembly for the production order. This involves creating a reservation in your inventory management system without actually consuming the material. Once you're done with the fitting process, you can cancel the reservation, and the material will be available for other production orders.

Regards

thomaskinder977
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True, but in this case I won't be able to support staging process, right?

RAHEEL_BABAR
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Right! you can use 311 movement type for store to store transfer for tracking purpose.

abdelrahman9
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Hi Thomas,


I would suggest solution 2 with some tweaking..


you can add 2 item lines in bom with fixed qty ticked as 1 pc, one line as postive (1) the other line as negative (-1) and remove costing relevancy from both, by this you can GI the component and GR it from the same production order


please get back for further clarifications

thomaskinder977
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Thank you for your reply.

Won't that cause any FICO issue? Since we do the GR of a valuated material (due to this (-1)) we also introduce by-product here.
Won't the general costing (e.g.) cost allocation be affected by this?

abdelrahman9
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that is why you need to remove costing relevancy indicator from your line item, the system will not take this line into consideration if the costing relevancy indicator is 0%