(only one answer)
A) Header text.
B) Delivery Order.
C) Bill of Lading.
D) Goods Receipt date.
E) Bin number.
In Standard SAP, Header text is always available for maintenance after posting.
Lot size is mandatory (MRP1)Procurement type is mandatory (MRP2)Planned Delivery time is mandatory (MRP2)Scheduling Margin key is mandatory (MRP2)
In S/4, the mandatory fields for MRP views are different.
"P" for Periodic Lot-Sizing Procedure"EX" Lot for Lot Order Quantity (Demand = Supply after Netting Stocks)"ES" Lot for Lot with Splitting (with Quota Arrangement)"FX" Fixed Lot Size ( If the fixed lot size is not sufficient to balance out the material shortage, then several lots are planned for the same date until the material shortage is eliminated.)
"HB" Replenishment to the Maximum Stock level (Max Stock Level - Current Plant Stock - Excising Fixed Receipt Element = Lot Size)
In period lot-sizing procedures, the system groups several requirements within a time interval together to form a lot.
You can define the following periods:
"O" for Optimum Lot-Sizing ProcedureDaysWeeksMonthsPeriods of flexible length equal to posting periodsFreely definable periods according to a planning calendar
The aim of optimum lot-sizing procedures, is to group shortages together in such a way that theOrdering Costs (Setup and Administrations of Ordering) and Storage Costs (Warehouse and Insurance Costs) are minimized. If you order often, you will have low storage costs but high order costs due to the high number of orders. If you only seldom place orders then you will find that your order costs remain very low, but your storage costs will be very high since warehouse stock must be large enough to cover requirements for a much longer period.
a record of general transaction callsa record of specific transaction calls for each MRP element required
opening periodfloat after production (only in the case of in-house production)float before production (only in the case of in-house production)release period (only in the case of production order management)