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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
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Baan: Baan IVc4 - DB: Oracle 8 - OS: Unix
PRP Rescheduling, split purchased qty
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I get PRP rescheduling messages that suggests to split P/O-lines into two lines with different delivery dates. I have never seen MRP do that, it always suggests to move the whole P/O-line.

Is there a way to prevent PRP Rescheduling to propose to split lines? I can of course disregard from the messages, but I'd prefer not to get them.

In this specific case I have two prod.orders in the same PCS-project with start dates one week apart. Both SFC's require the same (customized) purchased part. There is one P/O-line for the total quantity with planned delivery date in time for the first production order.

Thanks for your advice / Hans
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