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Documentation for consumption of raw materials against production order.

Former Member
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hi Professionals,

where can we see the relevant document for consumption of raw materials/semifinished materials (BoM components) against production order.

is it possible to do the same at the time of production order creation?

regards,

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Former Member
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Hi Abu

U can Use the "Transaction MCRX - Material Consumption" to analyse the consumption of raw materials,semi finished Materials against the production Order

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Regards

Palaniappan

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Hi Abu,

In production order itself u can see the detailed list of Documented Goods Movement.

CO03->Goto->Documented Goods Movement. Material movement type with 261 is issued against production order.

If u want ot see list of production order, use MB51 as our friend suggested.

Close the thread if ur problem is solved and reward to usefull ans orelse comeback

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Pradeep

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In COOIS by selectin movement type 261,you can get the list of components consumed for the Prod Orders.

In MB03 you can get the mat docs details.

csaba_szommer
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Hi Abu,

After confirmation against a PrdOrd you can check the material movements in MB51 (use MVT 101 & 261 as filter criteria)

You'll see that the material movements of one confirmation belong to one material document. You can also check this by clicking on the ID of the material doc., or you can display it by MB03 as well.

The PrdOrd contains the component list, you can check it e.g. in CO03 clicking on 'Components overview' icon or choosing it from the menu (I'm not before SAP now...I don't know the exact name of the icon but you can find this icon very easily).

You can also choose WM staging from menu (if you use WM) and you can see which parts are bound to picking, which parts are crate parts, etc.

You can change the component list manually (remove or add components as well.)

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/a5/63198843a211d189410000e829fbbd/frameset.htm

BR

Csaba