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How big is your Baan-DB (just Data AND Indexes)
0 - 200 GB
18%
200 - 500 GB
26%
500 - 800 GB
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800 - 1200 GB
9%
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12%
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> 2000 GB
21%
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Old 6th March 2018, 16:53
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maintain productionj order (tisfc0101m000)
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Hi,

anybody has the script for tisfc0101m000?
i just want to read it and check it.

we're changing the delivery date (planning method is set to backward).

my problem is it's doing weird things for quantities in maintain estimated materials (tisfc0110m000) and enter material issue for production order (ticst0101m000)

if i can read the script, i could understand the issue.

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Sorry - no sharing code via baanboard. I would recommend contacting infor and asking them to look at or explain what is happening. I could see it changing dates for the estimated material, but not the quantities. I could imagine with an A&D environment this getting real interesting with the pegged material. I also have a feeling it would use DLL's to run around and update everything. Sorry I am not any assistance but we do not own source for me to even look at.
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It could be possible that it may be changing the BOM. Though once the order is created, system don't automatically change the Estimated material
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Hi,

the process start with the BOM. it also clear the estimated materials and routing if the effective date is not set right.
did contact Infor but the answer that i got was not helpfull.
that's why i'm asking Baanboard.

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some questions

Hi,

I have some questions in regard of the problems you are having. I would like to try and help you.

Let's see if I understand it correctly:

Since you started planning backwards, you are experiencing the problem that the quantity of the expected materials in the production order differs from the original BOM?

Is it just concerning 1 item? Or are all materials changed?
When all materials have been changed, can you tell if it has changed by the same percentage?

As soon as the materials have been changed in the production order (tisfc0101), it will be changed in the material issue (ticst0101).

I am using Infor ERP LN and I am planning backwards, but I can't see the planning method changing your material requirements.

What I can think of is that you might have a percentage of waist setup in you BOM. You can check it in session tibom1110m000. There are three colums
that might give you an explanation.
Columns:

tibom010.qana
tibom010.scpf
tibom010.scpq

I don't know what the column names are in English, cause mine are in Dutch.

I hope this helps you somewhat.

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