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Incorrect Batch Determination

Former Member
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Hi All,

I'm having a problem in Production with batch determination.

We have a scenerio where for a product with multiple batches, all the quantity has to go from one single batch, so if the first batch batch doesn't have enough quantity the system automatically picks another batch which fulfills the quantity requirement.

And this is working fine most of the time, however some times the system would arbitarily skip the first or second batch and pick from the last batch even when the batches above it are fulfilling all the requirements. This happens for any material arbitarily.

Has anyone seen something like this before?

Ur help is appreciated!

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Shashi.

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Former Member
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hello, friend.

yes, we see the same situations you see. there can be several reasons why this is happening. some are:

1. the first and second batches are bypassed in favor of a third batch because the first two batches do not fulfill certain requirements (e.g. expiration dates, remaining shelf life, batch specific units of measure, etc.)

2. the first two batches are insufficient in quantity, and the settings for your batch determination are to get all quantities only from 1 batch.

in the first case, check your batch characteristics. for the second, perhaps look at the search strategy.

regards.

Former Member
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Thanks mate!

But this happens even when the first few batches meet all the requirements and have suffcient quantites.

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Regards.