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Old 5th September 2004, 11:29
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Daily RPL thru DRP for monthly production orders

Hi,
Can any1 help me out with the following problem.

Currently, we prepare production orders for a month. And we declare production agains the orders daily. We know that RPL orders generated thru DRP can be used for the material to be issued from one warehouse to other. Hence, by using the above setup, we are able to run DRP and RPL orders are created for an entire month. However, is it possible to create daily RPL orders against the monthly production orders ?
Please let me know if is it possible.

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P. Ravindra
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