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Table Of Contents
1. PURPOSE OF THE DOCUMENT............................................................................................................ 5
1.1 Purpose ................................................................................................................................................ 5
2. PRODUCTION PLANNING...................................................................................................................... 6
2.1 Define MRP Controller........................................................................................................................ 6
2.2 MRP Type ............................................................................................................................................ 7
2.3 Lot Size................................................................................................................................................. 8
2.4 Defining MRP Groups ......................................................................................................................... 9
2.5 Defining Special Procurement Type ...................................................................................................10
2.6 Define Scope of Planning for Total Planning .....................................................................................11
2.7 Scheduling Parameters .......................................................................................................................12
2.9 Define Scheduling Margin key............................................................................................................13
2.10 Selection ID for BOM.........................................................................................................................14
2.11 Defining BOM Explosion....................................................................................................................15
2.12 Define Number Ranges for Planned Independent Requirements ........................................................16
2.13 Define Version Numbers .....................................................................................................................16
2.14 Defining Strategy for MRP .................................................................................................................18
2.15 Define Strategy Group ........................................................................................................................18
2.16 Define Planning Horizon ....................................................................................................................19
2.17 Defining Availability of Stock .............................................................................................................20
2.18 Defining Rescheduling Check for Plant and MRP Group...................................................................21
2.19 Define Number ranges for Planning Run............................................................................................22
2.20 Planning File Entry for Termination ..................................................................................................23
2.21 Maintain Rounding Profile .................................................................................................................24
2.22 Define Storage location MRP per plant ..............................................................................................25
2.23 Defining Parallel Processing for MRP...............................................................................................26
2.24 Assigning MRP Checking Rule ...........................................................................................................27
2.25 BOM Usage.........................................................................................................................................28
2.26 Defining Item Categories ....................................................................................................................29
2.27 Define Reasons for Variances.............................................................................................................29
2.28 Define Number ranges for Manual Processing...................................................................................30
2.29 Activating Requirements Planning......................................................................................................31
2.30 Defining Item Numbers of Order Types ..............................................................................................32
2.31 Defining Conversion Planned Order to Process Order......................................................................33
3. PRODUCTION PLANNING FOR PROCESS INDUSTRIES...............................................................35
3.1 Define Resource Category ..................................................................................................................35
3.2 Defining Person Responsible for Work Centre ...................................................................................36
3.3 Standard Value Keys...........................................................................................................................37
3.4 Defining Formula Parameters for Resources .....................................................................................38

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3.5 Defining Formula for Resources.........................................................................................................39
3.6 Task List Usage...................................................................................................................................40
3.7 Define Capacity Planner.....................................................................................................................41
3.8 Define Number Ranges for Master Recipe..........................................................................................42
3.9 Recipe Status.......................................................................................................................................43
3.10 Recipe Usages.....................................................................................................................................43
3.11 Define Planner Groups .......................................................................................................................44
3.12 Control key for Master Recipe ............................................................................................................44
3.13 Define Capacity Categories ................................................................................................................45
3.14 BOM Status .........................................................................................................................................46
3.15 Process Order Type ............................................................................................................................47
3.16 Number Ranges for Process Order.....................................................................................................47
3.17 Define Production Scheduler ..............................................................................................................48
3.18 Define Production Scheduler Profile ..................................................................................................49
3.19 Scope of Check....................................................................................................................................50
3.20 Define Checking Control ....................................................................................................................51
3.21 Define Scheduling parameters for a process order.............................................................................52
3.22 Defining Parameters for Order Confirmation ....................................................................................53
3.23 Assigning Material Types to Task List ................................................................................................54
3.24 Define Material Types Allowed for BOM Header...............................................................................55
3.25 Defining Order Type-Dependent Parameters .....................................................................................56
3.26 Assigning Process Instructions to Control Recipe Destinations.........................................................57
4. BATCH MANAGEMENT.........................................................................................................................59
4.1 Activate Document Management for Batches .....................................................................................59
4.2 Defining Batch Level...........................................................................................................................59
4.3 Activating Automatic Batch Number Assignment ...............................................................................59
4.4 Maintain Internal Batch Number Assignment Range..........................................................................60
4.5 Define Batch Creation for Production Order / Process Order...........................................................60
4.6 Define Process Order Condition Tables .............................................................................................61
4.7 Define Process Order Access Sequences ............................................................................................61
4.8 Assign Search Procedure to Process Order and Activate Check........................................................62
4.9 Activating batch-specific Unit of Measures ........................................................................................63
4.10 Edit Batch-Specific Material Unit of Measure....................................................................................63
4.11 Define Calculation of Proportion Quantity from Base Quantity ........................................................64
4.12 Maintain Period Indicator ..................................................................................................................64
4.13 Activating Expiration Date View per Plant.........................................................................................65
4.14 Define Process Order Strategy Types .................................................................................................65
4.15 Define Search Procedure to Process Order........................................................................................66
4.16 Activating Batch Derivation................................................................................................................67

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4.17 Define Derivation Events ....................................................................................................................67
5. DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT ...............................................................................................................68
5.1 Define Number Ranges for Document Numbers .................................................................................68
5.2 Define Document Types ......................................................................................................................69
5.3 Define Data Carrier............................................................................................................................70
6. CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM..................................................................................................................72
6.1 Define Characteristics Groups ...........................................................................................................72
6.2 Define Characteristics Status..............................................................................................................73
7. OTHER SETTINGS...................................................................................................................................74
7.1 Check Units of Measurement ..............................................................................................................74

































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1. PURPOSE OF THE DOCUMENT
1.1 Purpose
This document captures the required configurations details in SAP system to meet the business
requirements as envisaged in the Design Stage (Business Blue Print Stage) for Project, Claris SAP
Implementation Production Planning Module. The configuration steps have mappings to
corresponding menu path to where the configuration has been done in the IMG (Implementation
Guide).

The documentation provides visibility to all project teams members on the proposed system settings
and changes. It is an important document for all future references in terms of system configuration. All
future changes or updates to the system should be done based on this and the documentation updated
accordingly.

This volume contains details on the configuration requirements for the Production Planning module
for Claris Life Sciences pertaining to Master Data

This document should be read in conjunction with:

1. Process definition document

2. Key Data Structures


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2. PRODUCTION PLANNING

2.1 Define MRP Controller


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production → Material
Requirements Planning → Planning → Check MRP Types Out Overall
Maintenance of Plant Parameters→ MRP Controller
Transaction Code OPPQ
Configuration
Description
The MRP controller is a person or a group of persons responsible for monitoring
material availability. MRP controller can be used to select the planning results
per MRP controller.
Every material that is relevant to the planning run must be assigned to an MRP
controller in the material master record.

For all the C&F’s and CA’s agents treated as Plants, the MRP Controller
would be Z01. For Manufacturing Plants, it is detailed below. For all other
plants, 001 MRP controller is named as “General”


Plant MRP Controller Description
101 RM Injectables
102 PPM Injectables
103 SPM Injectables
104 TPM Injectables
105 Production Inj.
106 Packing Inj.
107 Engineering Inj.
108 Lab Mat.Injectable
109 HK & Admin
1001
110 Captive Consumptn
101 RM Infusion
102 PPM Infusion
103 SPM Infusion
104 TPM Infusion
105 Production Inf.
106 Packing Inf.
107 Engineering Inf.
108 Lab Mat.Infusion
109 HK & Admin
1002
110 Captive Consumptn
101 RM API
102 PPM API
103 SPM API
104 TPM API
105 Production API
106 Packing API
107 Engineering API
108 Lab Mat. API
1003
109 HK & Admin
1004 101 Utility for Clarion

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2.2 MRP Type


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production → Material
Requirements Planning → Master Data → Check MRP Types
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
MRP type to assign the procedure to be used to plan a material and to control,
which MRP parameters can be, maintained for the material in the material
master record. MRP type is assigned in the material master record
The following MRP Types are used for Claris

MRP type Description
PD Normal MRP
VB Manual Reorder Level Planning
ND No Planning
V1 Manual Reorder Level with External Requirements.
M0 Master Production Scheduling


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2.3 Lot Size


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production → Material
Requirements Planning → Planning → Lot-Size Calculation→ Check Lot-
Sizing procedure
Transaction Code OMI4
Configuration
Description
Lot-sizing procedures serve to calculate the procurement quantities, that is, the
purchase order and production quantities
With the lot-sizing procedure we define how the order quantities are determined.
A lot size defining the lot-sizing procedure is assigned to every material master
record applicable to materials planning. The lot size is defined in Customizing
by the combination of the lot-sizing procedure and the lot-sizing indicator.

Lot Size Key Description
EX Lot for Lot Order Quantity
FX Fixed Order Quantity
WB Weekly Lot Size
MB Montly Lot Size


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2.4 Defining MRP Groups


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production →
Materials Requirements Planning → MRP Groups → Carry Out Overall
Maintenance of MRP Groups
Transaction Code OPPR
Configuration
Description
In this step, we determine the MRP groups and we maintain the control
parameters from a particular point of view. The MRP group groups certain
materials together from the material requirements planning point of view to
allocate them special control parameters for planning. These control
parameters include the strategy group, the planning horizon and the
creation indicator for the planning run selection of the Process Order type
automatically.

Plant
MRP
Group
Description
1001 Demand for Domestic in
Injectable
1002 Demand for Exports in
Injectable
1003 In-house Production in
Injectable
1004 In-house Packing in Injectable
1001

1005 External Procurement
1001 Demand for Domestic in
Infusion
1002
1002 Demand for Exports in Infusion

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1003 In-house Production in Infusion
1004 In-house Packing in Infusion
1005 External Procurement
2000 2001 Traded Products

2002 Loan Licence


2.5 Defining Special Procurement Type


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production → Material
Requirements Planning → Master Data → Define Special Procurement Type
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
In this step, we define the special procurement keys which as well as the
procurement type control the procurement and storage of a material.

The special procurement type always refers to a procurement type.

We can , also define how the system treats the material as a component during
the BOM explosion using control indicators.

Example 1 (special procurement keys without other indicators)
The procurement type "external procurement" is defined for raw materials. If a
material is to be procured via a consignment order, you assign the special
procurement type "consignment" to the material in the material master record.

Example 2 (special procurement keys with other indicators)
A material appears in several BOMs as a component because it is assembled in
finished products in in-house production. It is procured from an alternative plant
if no dependent requirements exist for the material.

The Special Procurement Keys are defined for the Manufacturing Plants
and it has to be extended to the C&Fs, which are defined as plants
Plant Special Procurement Key Description
1001 ZB Stock transfer (Proc from 1002)
1001 ZC Stock transfer (Proc from 1003)
1002 ZA Stock transfer (Proc from 1001)
1002 ZC Stock transfer (Proc from 1003)
1003 ZA Stock transfer (Proc from 1001)
1003 ZB Stock transfer (Proc from 1002)
4500 ZD Stock transfer (Proc. From 4500)
2000 WA Stock transfer (Proc. From 2000)



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2.6 Define Scope of Planning for Total Planning


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production→ Materials
Requirement Planning→ Planning→ Define Scope of Planning for total
planning

Transaction Code OM0E
Configuration
Description
In this IMG activity, we define the scope of planning and the sequence of the
organizational units to be planned. These are either plants or, if we have
converted MRP to MRP at MRP area level, the MRP areas that we plan together
in a total planning run.
We enter the key for the planning run in the initial screen of the total planning
run. The total planning run then carries out MRP for the plants or MRP areas
defined in the scope of planning. we can enter as many plants or MRP areas as
we like in the scope of planning. We can also only enter one MRP area. MRP is
then only carried out for one MRP area. If we have activated MRP for MRP
areas, when we enter a plant, this includes all MRP areas of this plant.
The Following Scope of planning has been defined for Claris
Planning Scope Description
CFWH C & Fs and Wareshouse
MFG Mfg plants
MRP Material Requirement Planning


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2.7 Scheduling Parameters


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production→ Capacity
Requirements Planning → Operations → Scheduling → Define scheduling
parameters for planned orders
Transaction Code OPU5
Configuration
Description
In this step we define the parameters for scheduling planned orders for each
plant, order type and production scheduler. This comprises the following
settings:

Scheduling levels (detailed-, production-rate and rough-cut scheduling)
Date adjustment when deadlines are exceeded
Scheduling control for detailed scheduling
Reduction
Scheduling parameters for planning scenarios for long-term planning/simulation

Scheduling Parameters for the Planned Orders are same for all the Plants
as defined below:

Parameters Values
Detailed Scheduling
Horizon
90
Rough Cut
Scheduling Horizon
90
Scheduling Levels Via Detailed Scheduling
Adjust Dates Adjust basic dates, adjust dep reqmts to operation date
For Capacity
Scheduling
Always basic dates, dep reqmts to operation dates
Scheduling type Backwards



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2.9 Define Scheduling Margin key


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production → Shop Floor
control → Operations → Scheduling → Define Scheduling Margin key
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
Scheduling margin key specify time floats for scheduling as well as the release
period for order release.
The following floats are defined:
Float before production: This is the time between the order start date and the
scheduled start date.
Float after production: This is the time between the order finish date and the
scheduled finish date.

The release date is calculated by adding the release period. The order release is
carried out on this date.

The opening period represents the number of workdays that are subtracted from
the order start date in order to determine the order creation date. The MRP
controller uses this time as a float for converting planned orders into process
orders.

The release period represents the number of workdays that are subtracted from
the order start date in order to determine the process order release. The release
period is only relevant for process order management.

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The following SMK are maintained for plants 1001, 1002 and 2000. For
C&Fs, C&As treated as plants, the SMK are 000


Plant SMK Opening per Float Before Prd Float After Prd Release Peri
1001 Z00 000 000 000
000
Z01 001 000 000 000
Z02 000 001 001 000
Z03 000 001 002
000
Z04 000 001 003 000
Z05 000 001 004
000
1002 Z00 000 000 000
000
Z01 001 000 000
000
Z02 000 001 001 000
Z03 000 001 002
000
Z04 000 001 003 000
Z05 000 001 004
000
2000 Z01 003 000 000 000




2.10 Selection ID for BOM


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production → Material
Requirements Planning→Planning → BOM Explosion → Define BOM
Selection
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration In this step, we specify the priority with which a BOM usage or routing usage is

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Description selected during the planning run. Here, a sequence is usually determined which
is used to select a valid BOM via the criterion "Usage".

For all the plants the selection id is set as 01



2.11 Defining BOM Explosion


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production → Material
Requirements Planning→Planning → BOM Explosion → Define BOM
Explosion Control
Transaction Code OMIW
Configuration
Description
In this step, we specify the priority with which a BOM usage or routing usage is
selected during the planning run. Here, a sequence is usually determined which
is used to select a valid BOM via the criterion "Usage".

For all the plants the “Control Parameters for BOM Explosion” has been
set as “ ” (BOM explosion number/order start date)

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2.12 Define Number Ranges for Planned Independent Requirements


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production → Production
Planning → Demand Management → →→ → Define number ranges for planned
independent requirements
Transaction Code OMID
Configuration
Description
In demand management, number ranges are only used internally within the
system for counting per planned independent requirements item. The number of
the planned independent requirements is not displayed.

The Number Range is preset: 000000000001 to 9999999999999



2.13 Define Version Numbers


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ → Production→ →→ → Production
Planning→ →→ → Demand Management→ →→ → Planned Independent requirements→ →→ →
Define Version Numbers

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Transaction Code OMP2
Configuration
Description


In this step, we define versions to be able to:
differentiate between different planned independent requirements
indicate the transfer of requirements from previous planning levels (for
example, the sales plan from SOP)
simulate requirements planning in long-term planning
We have maintained versions for all the twelve months of the year and for
requirement plan
Requirement Plan Description
01 January version
02 February version
03 March version
04 April version
05 May version
06 June version
07 July version
08 August version
09 September version
10 October version
11 November version
12 December version





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2.14 Defining Strategy for MRP


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Material
Requirements Planning Master Data Independents Requirements
Parameters Planning Strategy Define Strategy
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
The planning strategy represents a procedure to be used for planning a material.
It is defined by:
a requirements type from demand management, or
a requirements type from sales order maintenance, or
a combination of both that makes sense
The following strategy is being used

Strategy Description
10 Make to stock, used for Domestic Requirement PIR
11 Gross demand from C&F
40 Planning with final Assembly, used for International
Sales order



2.15 Define Strategy Group


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Material
Requirements Planning Master Data Independents Requirements
Parameters Planning Strategy Define Strategy Group
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
The planning strategy represents an appropriate procedure to be used for
planning and produced a material.

The Strategy Group available in standard SAP system will be used. To be
Specific the below mentioned strategy will be used in CLARIS
For all the Non-repeat export products and domestic products with unique
Secondary packing material requirements, PM requirements the Strategy

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group will be maintained as 40, for other materials at Manufacturing plants
the strategy group will be maintained as 10, warehouse & at C&F’s
strategy group is 11

Strategy Description
10 Make to stock, used for Domestic Requirement PIR
11 Gross demand from C&F
40 Planning with final Assembly, used for International
Sales order



2.16 Define Planning Horizon


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Material
Requirements Planning Planning MRP Calculation Define Planning
Horizon
Transaction Code OMDX
Configuration
Description
The planning horizon is the period that is set for the "net change planning in the
planning horizon." For this type of net change planning, only those materials are
planned in the planning run that have a change relevant to MRP within the
period (in work days).

The length of the planning horizon should at least include the following:
Period in which customer orders enter
Delivery times
Complete material processing time

The Planning Horizon for all the Plants, C&Fs, C&As defined as Plants are
maintained as 135 Work Days (Current Month 45 days + 3 Months - 90

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Working days)


2.17 Defining Availability of Stock


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production → Material
Requirements Planning →Planning → MRP Calculation → Stocks →Define
Availability of Stock in Transfer/Blocked Stock/Restricted Stock
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
In this step, we define whether stock in transfer (plant to plant) and/or blocked
stock are included as well as restricted-use stock as available stock in the net
requirements calculation.
Stock in transfer is the quantity that has already been withdrawn from the issuing
plant (movement type, remove from storage - plant) but that has not yet been
received by the receiving plant (movement type, place in storage - plant)
The system treats this stock as stock in transfer (plant to plant) for the receiving
plant until the material is actually received and posted.

The Stocks, which will participate in the Net requirement Calculation, are
Unrestricted Stock and Stock in Transit for all the plants and C&F defined
as plants
For all the plants excepting clarion campus, Nourish, PKD, ICD and Head
Office, blocked stocks are not included in the MRP calculation for Stocks.

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2.18 Defining Rescheduling Check for Plant and MRP Group


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production → Material
Requirements Planning → Planning → MRP Calculation → Define
Rescheduling Check
Transaction Code OMDW
Configuration
Description
The rescheduling period represents the period in which the system checks
whether the existing dates of the receipt elements that are no longer allowed to
be changed automatically still suit the requirements situation. If the dates of
these elements are no longer suitable, the system creates the following exception
messages depending on the requirements situation

The Rescheduling checks for all the Plants and depot are identical as
detailed below:

Parameters Value
Rescheduling horizon 100
Firm Planned Order Indicator Set
Production Order Indicator Set
Firm Purchase requisition Indicator Set
Order item/Sch line Indicator Set
QM inspection lot Indicator Set
Shipping notification Indicator Set

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2.19 Define Number ranges for Planning Run


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production→Material
Requirements Planning → Number Ranges →Maintain Number Ranges for
Planning Run
Transaction Code OMI2
Configuration
Description
In this step, we specify number ranges and intervals for the documents created
during the planning run. These documents include:
Planned orders for operative planning
Planned orders for long-term planning (simulative planning)
Dependent requirements and reservations
Purchase requisitions
MRP lists

The standard Number ranges would be used

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2.20 Planning File Entry for Termination


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production → Material
Requirement Planning → Planning → MRP Calculation → Define Error
Processing in the Planning
Transaction Code OMDY
Configuration
Description
In this step, we specify how the system is to proceed if errors occur during the
planning run.
Maximum number of purchase order proposals per date. If we have selected a
fixed or maximum lot size, the number of purchase order proposals created
during the planning run is determined in lot sizing. If more purchase order
proposals are created during the planning run than the upper limit specified here,
the planning run is terminated for the material in question and a termination
message appears

For Plant 1001 & 1002 The maximum Number of proposals have been
defined as 999 and Sub MRP controller is 105. For all other plants this
value is to set for 50 and sub MRP controller is 001



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2.21 Maintain Rounding Profile


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production→Materials
Requirement Planning→ Planning→ Lot-Size Calculation→ Maintain
Rounding profiles
Transaction Code OWD1
Configuration
Description
In this IMG activity, we define the rounding profile in order to adapt
the units of measure in material requirements planning to the delivery and
transport units, for example, if purchase orders can only be delivered in bundles
of 10 pieces.
With the rounding profile, we can define settings for rounding up/down order
proposal quantities to deliverable quantities. There are two different types of
rounding profiles; one for the core application and a rounding profile for Retail
application:
· Statistical rounding profile for MRP in the standard system
· Dynamic rounding profile and quantity to be
added/subtracted profile for Retail functions
The statistical rounding profile for MRP is made up of:
· Level
· Threshold value
· Rounding value
We can define several combinations of threshold and rounding values for a
rounding profile. The individual combinations are then assigned a level.
The threshold value is the value from which the system rounds up to the next
deliverable quantity. If the threshold value is not reached, the system rounds the
quantity according to the next lower level. If the lowest level is not reached, then
the system rounds up to a multiple of the rounding value, if the requirements
quantity is larger than the threshold quantity. Otherwise, the requirements
quantity remains unchanged. The rounding value is the value to which the
system rounds the quantity if the threshold value is exceeded
The following Rounding profiles are maintained for Claris
Rounding Profile


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2.22 Define Storage location MRP per plant


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production→ Materials
Requirement Planning→Planning→ Define Storage location MRP per plant
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
In this step, we define the default values for storage location MRP (multi-plant).
The indicator that we set here is proposed when creating a material master record
for the storage locations maintained. If we have created a material for a storage
location in the material master, for which we have maintained a proposal value.

The following data is maintained for Claris


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2.23 Defining Parallel Processing for MRP


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production→ Materials
Requirement Planning→Define Parallel Processing n MRP
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
With the help of parallel processing procedures, we can significantly improve the
runtime of the total planning run. To process in parallel, we can either select
various sessions on the application server or various servers. The work package,
with a fixed number of materials that are internally defined in the program, is
distributed over the individual servers/sessions. Once a server/session has
finished processing a package, it starts processing the next package. If a low-
level code is being planned, the servers/sessions that have finished must wait
until the last server/session has finished its package to avoid inconsistencies.
Then the next low-level code is processed per packages. The parallel processing
procedure is switched on in the initial screen of total planning.
The destination of parallel processing is maintained as
CLSERDEV-CO_CDV_00


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2.24 Assigning MRP Checking Rule


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production →Material
Requirements Planning → Procurement Proposals → Planned Orders →Define
Availability Check for Components
Transaction Code OPPJ
Configuration
Description
We control the availability check for requirements planning by defining the
checking group and the checking rule at plant level or per MRP group.
The availability check can be carried out in MRP for the dependent
requirements. This means that the availability check can directly check whether
sufficient material is available for the production of the assembly. The
availability check is initiated from planned order processing. It is not carried out
automatically in the planning run for each requirement of an assembly.

In the checking group, several checking rules are grouped together. Therefore,
we can define different checking rules for different business application areas
(sales and distribution, MRP, production orders, inventory management) or for
different business operations. If we require different checking rules for different
business operations, we can create several checking groups with the appropriate
checking rules or we can assign another checking rule using the MRP group. The
checking group is assigned to the material in the material master record, MRP 2
screen, in field "Availability check".
For all the manufacturing plant, the Check on the Material will be done
during the Creation and Release of the Process Order. If there is material
short falls No release will be carried out
The following checking rules are defined

Checking Rule Order Type
Z1 Checking Rule for Order Type C001
Z2 Checking Rule for Order Type C002
Z3 Checking Rule for Order Type C003
Z4 Checking Rule for Order Type C004
Z5 Checking Rule for Order Type C005

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2.25 BOM Usage


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production → Basic Data
→ Bill of Material → General data →Bill of Material Usage
Transaction Code OS20
Configuration
Description
For one material separate bills of material for the individual organisational
areas involved can be created. For example, you create separate BOMs for
R&D, production, and costing. In this way, each area is dealing only with the
specific data it requires.

Example:

The R&D BOM includes all the components of the product and their technical
data from the design point of view. This BOM is generally not linked to any
order.

The production BOM contains all the items required from the production and
process point of view. Only items relevant to production, for which process
data (such as the issue storage location) can be entered, are required. A
production BOM does not contain any packaging materials required in the
shipping department.

While defining a BOM usage, the configuration of the item status is defined.

The item status is made up of a number of indicators in the BOM item (for
example, "relevant to production", "relevant to engineering/design", and so
on).

The item status controls how the BOM item is processed in related application
areas.
For example, the production department requires a BOM with all the items
that are relevant to production. These items are first copied to the planned
order. When the planned order is converted to a process order, the items are
copied to the process order. The process order tells the production department
which materials and intermediates it has to produce.

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For Claris we have used the standard Usage as”1” for Production

Usage Description
1 Production



2.26 Defining Item Categories


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) Production Basic Data
Bill of Material Item Data Define item categories
Transaction Code OS13
Configuration
Description
When we enter a new BOM item, we must assign an item category to the item.
The item category defines the attributes and functions of a BOM item. It controls
field and screen selection for detail screens in BOM maintenance
The Following item categories are being used
Item category Description
N Non Stock Item
L Stock Item
K Class Item
D Document Item
M Intra Material



2.27 Define Reasons for Variances


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) →Production → Shop Floor
Control → Operations → Confirmation →Define Reasons for Variances
Transaction Code OPK5
Configuration The reasons for variances are maintained at the plant level.

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Description The Reasons mentioned below are currently maintained at manufacturing
plants 1001, 1002 (Injectable and infusion)
Variances



2.28 Define Number ranges for Manual Processing


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ → Production→ →→ → Materials
Requirement Planning→ →→ → Number ranges→ →→ →Define Number Ranges for Manual
Processing
Transaction Code OMI3
Configuration
Description


In this step we maintain number ranges for Planned orders and Purchase
requisitions
The SAP default values are used in our configuration
for Planned orders
internal number range 1 with interval from 1 to 19999999
external number range 2 with interval from 20000000 to 29999999
for Purchase requisitions
internal number range 1 with interval from 10000000 to 19999999
external number range 2 with interval from 900000000 to 99999999

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2.29 Activating Requirements Planning


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) →Production → Material
Requirements Planning → Planning File Entries → Activate MRP and Set Up
Planning File
Transaction Code OMDU
Configuration
Description
We define the plants for which we want to carry out MRP here. Entries are only
to be made in the planning file once this indicator has been set. This means:
When creating a material, the material number is entered in the planning file and
the system sets the total change indicator as well as the net change planning
indicator
Every time the material undergoes a change relevant to the planning run, the
system sets the total change indicator and/or the net change planning indicator
(depending on the planning horizon).
All the plants at Claris Life sciences have been activated for MRP

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2.30 Defining Item Numbers of Order Types


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production → Material
Requirements Planning → Procurement Proposals → Conversion of
Procurement Proposals → Define Conversion of Planned Orders into
Purchase Requisitions
Transaction Code OMDV
Configuration
Description
In this step, We define the following:
Number of planned orders, that are to be proposed for the collective conversion
of planned orders into purchase requisitions
Item number of the item that is transferred to the purchase requisition during the
conversion. Thus, it is possible to differentiate the purchase requisitions that
were created in the planning run from the ones that were created manually by the
purchasing department
For all the plants 500 has been proposed for the collective conversion of
planned orders into purchase requisitions

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2.31 Defining Conversion Planned Order to Process Order


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production→Material
Requirements Planning → Procurement Proposals → Conversion of
Procurement Proposals → Define Order Type for Conversion to
Production/Process Order
Transaction Code OPPE
Configuration
Description
We define the order type that is automatically set when converting planned
orders into production orders or process orders
For Plants 1001, 1002, Production order PP01 Standard production order &
Process order PI01 Process order (internal number assignment) have been
set for conversions


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3. PRODUCTION PLANNING FOR PROCESS INDUSTRIES
3.1 Define Resource Category


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries →Master Data → Resource → General Data → Define
Resource Category
Transaction Code OP40
Configuration
Description
The resource category determines the data that can be maintained in a resource
and, therefore, the functions (for example, costing or scheduling) for which the
resource can be used.

Each resource category is assigned to the applications (for example, production,
and plant maintenance or quality management) whose menus allow us to
maintain resource with this category.

Each resource category has a number of screens assigned to it which the system
displays when resource of this category are displayed. The screens contain
groups of fields (for example, scheduling data). Depending on the resource
category, we can make field selections on these screens (for example, defining
required entry fields).

We specify whether change documents are written for each resource category.
Line
Processing unit
Team
Labor
Standard settings available in the system are used. The Resource Category
used are 0008(Processing Unit)


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3.2 Defining Person Responsible for Work Centre


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Master Data → Resource → General →Determine
Person Responsible
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
With this key, we can identify a person or group of people responsible for
maintaining the master data in certain work centers.
These employees are not responsible for planning tasks but only for the
maintenance of the work center parameters
The following persons are responsible for maintaining work centre at Claris
Person Responsible


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3.3 Standard Value Keys


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Master Data →Resource → General Data →Standard
Value→ Define Standard Value key
Transaction Code OP19
Configuration
Description
In this step we define standard value keys. The standard value key determines
the meaning of the six standard values in the operation. The SAP System assigns
a parameter ID to the standard values of the operation and the work in network
activities.
The parameter ID in turn determines:
the key word displayed for the standard value on the screen, for example, setup,
machine, labor, teardown etc.
the dimension (for example, time, quantity, volume) of the standard value
For Claris SAP Implementation we have defined “Z001” as Standard Value
key

Key Description
Z001 Fixed+Var+Labor+Power+Steam


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3.4 Defining Formula Parameters for Resources


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Master Data → Resource → Capacity Requirements
Planning → Formulas for Resources (Work Centers) → Define Formula
Parameters for Resources (Work Center)
Transaction Code OP17
Configuration
Description
A formula is identified by its formula key. It is composed of formula parameters
that are identified by parameter Ids.
The following parameters are maintained for Claris Life Sciences

Parameter Description
SAPC04 Fixed Duration
SAPC05 Lot Size dep. Duration
SAP_03 Labour
SAP_09 Operation Quantity
SAP_08 Base Quantity
SAP_17 No. of Employees
ZCL_01 Power
ZCL_02 Steam


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3.5 Defining Formula for Resources


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Master Data → Resource → Capacity Requirements
Planning → Formulas for Resources (Work Centers) → Define Formula for
Resources (Work Center)
Transaction Code OP17
Configuration
Description
We define the formulas that you want to use in the following areas:
Capacity planning
Scheduling
Costing

You can use the formula parameters to which values have been previously
assigned. The formula parameters can be linked mathematically using the
following operators:
Addition => +
Subtraction => -
Multiplication => *
Division => /
Formula ZCL001 will be used in Machine dependent resources for
scheduling and costing. Formula ZCL002 will be used in Labor dependent
resources for costing. Formula ZCL003 will be used in Labor dependent
resources for scheduling.
Formula
Key
Description Formula
ZCL001
MACHINE
DEPENDENT
SAPC04 + ( SAPC05 * SAP_09
/ SAP_08 )
ZCL002
LABOR
DEPENDENT SAP_03 * SAP_09 / SAP_08
ZCL003
LABOR
DEPENDENT(SCH)
(SAP_03 * SAP_09 / SAP_08) /
SAP_07

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3.6 Task List Usage


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Master Data → Resource → General Data → Define
Task List Usage
Transaction Code OP45
Configuration
Description
Task List Usage key controls, that a resource can be used in which task lists like
master recipe or PM task list. For example, we can categorize resource into
maintenance resource or inspection resource according to their relevance and
their usage in general task lists or inspection plans. We can also allow resource
to be used in any combination of task lists types

Standard settings available in the system are used.
The following table lists the entries which are used for Claris

Task list type Description
002 Only inspection plans
008 Master recipe + process order
009 All task list types


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3.7 Define Capacity Planner


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Master Data →Resource →Capacity Requirement
Planning → Determine Capacity Planner
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
Key for a group of employees who are responsible for capacity planning. We can
use this key to select specific capacities. This is maintained at the client level.

The Following capacity Planners are maintained

Plant MRP Controller Description
A01 INJ PRD LINE-1
A02 INJ PRD LINE-2
A03 INJ PRD LINE-3
A04 INJ PRD LINE-4
A05 INJ PRD LINE-5
A06 INJ PAC BELT-1
A07 INJ PAC BELT-2
A08 INJ PAC BELT-3
A09 INJ PAC BELT-4
A10 INJ PAC BELT-5
A11 INJ SPM PRINTING
A12 INJ STERILIZATION
A13 INJ DISP PM STORE
1001

B01 INF PRD LINE-1
B02 INF PRD LINE-2
B03 INF PRD LINE-3
B04 INF PRD LINE-4
B05 INF PRD LINE-5
B06 INF PRD LINE-6
B07 INF PRD LINE-7
B08 INF PAC BELT-1,2
B09 INF PAC BELT-3,4
B10 INF PAC BELT-5,6
B11 INF PAC BELT-7,8
B12 INF PAC BELT-9,10
B13 INF PAC BELT-11,12
B14 INF PAC BELT-13
B15 INF DISPENSING
B16 INF SPM PRINTING
B17 INF STERILIZATION
1002

B18 INF DISP PM STORE


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3.8 Define Number Ranges for Master Recipe


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Master Data → Master Recipe →Setting for Task List
Type → Define Number Ranges for Master Recipe
Transaction Code C2N2
Configuration
Description
In this step we define number ranges for recipe groups.
When a master recipe is created, it must be assigned to a recipe group, which is
identified using a group key

The Number Range is preset to: A0000001 to ZZZZZZZZ


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3.9 Recipe Status


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Master Data → Master Recipe → Data for Recipe Header
→Define Recipe Status
Transaction Code OP46
Configuration
Description
The recipe status determines:
Whether a recipe is released for use in process orders
Whether a recipe is released for costing
Whether a consistency check is carried out before the recipe is posted
When a master recipe is created, a status must be assigned to it. This status can
later be changed according to the processing stage of the recipe. Together with
the recipe usage, the recipe status is used to create priority sequences that serve
as a basis for the automatic selection of recipes during order creation, capacity
planning and costing.
The following status are being maintained for Recipe

Plant Description
1 Created
4 Released (general)



3.10 Recipe Usages


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Master Data → Master Recipe → Data for Recipe Header
→Define Recipe Usage
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
The recipe usage determines:
The purpose or area, for which a recipe is created (for example, the chemical, the
pharmaceutical or the food industry) The dynamic modification criteria to be
used in the corresponding orders for adjusting the inspection scope if inspection
points have not been defined When we create a master recipe, we must assign a
recipe usage to it. We can create several recipes with different recipe usages for
one material.
The standard usage available will be used
Usage Description
1 Production


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3.11 Define Planner Groups


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Master Data → Master Recipe → Data for Recipe Header
→Define Planner Group
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
A planner group identifies one or several planners who are responsible for
Maintaining certain recipes in a plant. When we create or change a master
recipe, we can assign a planner group to it.
The following planner group are being maintained for Claris
Plant Planner Group Description
1001 A01 IPQA Manager - Injectable
1001 A02 Production Manager–Injectable
1002 B01 IPQA Manager – Infusion
1002 B02 Production Manager - Infusion


3.12 Control key for Master Recipe


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Master Data → Master Recipe → Data for Operations
and Phases →Define Control Keys
Transaction Code OP67
Configuration
Description
Control keys are assigned to operation and phases, and secondary resources.
In the control key, we set a number of flags and keys that specify the business
functions to be carried out for an operation, a phase or a secondary resource.

Control key determines how an operation, phase, or secondary resource is
handled in order processing and in product costing.

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Control keys can be used as follows:
In resources:
The control key we enter here is referenced or copied to the corresponding
operations, phases and secondary resources of the master recipe.
In the master recipe
When creating operations and phases as well as when allocating secondary
resources:
In the process order when maintaining operations, phases and secondary
resources:
When we create a process order, the system copies the control keys we have
maintained in the master recipe to the order. They can still be changed in the
order if there is no reference to the resource.
For Claris we are maintaining the following control keys

Control Key Control key Description
ZP01 Process manufacturing
ZP02 QC : Scheduling and MIC
ZP03 Process mfg., Inspection, AutoGR
ZP04 QC : MIC only
ZP05 Process manufacturing with AutoGR
ZP06 Process manufacturing-Bulk Preparation
ZP07 QA : Scheduling



3.13 Define Capacity Categories


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries→Master Data→Resource→Capacity requirement planning
→Define Capacity Categories

Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
In this step we define the capacity category that we want to assign to the
resource. With capacity category we determine,
· which capacity type a capacity category belongs to, for example:
- "available capacity in volumes/quantity" for storage resources
- "available capacity in time units" for processing units
· whether a capacity category can be assigned to people as single capacities
We have used the Capacity category 008

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3.14 BOM Status


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → ProductionPlanning for
process Industries → Master Recipe →Material List →General Data → Define
BOM Status
Transaction Code OS23
Configuration
Description
Via the BOM status, we define which other application areas can use a bill of
material with this status.
In the different areas in a company (such as costing), the BOM is exploded
according to the application. When we define an application for a certain area in
the company, we select the status indicators in the Minimum requirements of
BOM status dataset that the BOM status must have before the BOM is read for
the BOM explosion.
In MRP, the following indicators are checked directly from the definition of the
BOM status:
Explosion in MRP
Released for orders
MRP only reads BOMs whose BOM status has at least one of these indicators.



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3.15 Process Order Type


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Process Order → Master Data → Order →Define Order
Types
Transaction Code CORN
Configuration
Description
Process order type covers control information that is needed for managing the
order.
The order type defines the following:
We have to assign an order category to each order type. The order categories
have fixed assignments in the SAP System and show the technical characteristics
of the orders. The order category defines, for example, the transactions we can
use to process an order.

Plant Order Type Description
1001 C001 Production
C002 Packing
C002 Validation
C004 Performance Qualification
C005 Repacking
1002 C001 Production
C002 Packing
C003 Validation
C004 Performance Qualification
C005 Repacking



3.16 Number Ranges for Process Order


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Process Order → Master Data → Order →Number Ranges
→Define Number Ranges for orders

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Transaction Code CO82
Configuration
Description
In this menu option, we define the number ranges for orders.
Each order is uniquely identified by an order number within one client.
We allocate each order to a number range group via the order type. We can
allocate several order types to the same number range and thus the same interval.
• Internal number assignment
When we create an order, the SAP System automatically assigns a
consecutive number from the number range that we have defined.
The number range defined are mentioned below

Order Type Number Range
C001 1000000000-1099999999
C002 110000000- 1199999999
C003 120000000- 1299999999
C004 130000000- 139999999
C005 140000000- 1499999999



3.17 Define Production Scheduler


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Process Order → Master Data → Order →Bill of
Material →Define Production Scheduler
Transaction Code CORU
Configuration
Description
Production scheduler is the entity who controls how process orders are managed.
For every production scheduler, a production scheduler profile is attached. By
assigning production schedulers to materials, we can define responsibilities for

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materials within production activity control.

In a production scheduling profile, we can Specify that in a process order
particular business transactions be carried out in parallel.
Automatic batch creation on order creation.
Batch creation on order release
For Claris we are marinating the following Production Scheduler

Plant Production Scheduler Description
1001 101 Production
102 Packing
1002 101 Production
102 Packing



3.18 Define Production Scheduler Profile


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Process Order → Master Data →Order →Bill of Material
→Define Production Scheduler Profiles
Transaction Code CORY
Configuration
Description
Production scheduling profile is linked to the Production Scheduler and one can:
Specify automatic functions like order release on order creation
Printing of Order
Scheduling on release
We can assign a production scheduler profile to a material (MMR) and
production Scheduler (Customizing)
Scheduler profiles C001, C002, C003, C004 are maintained for plants 1001
and 1002

Plant
Production Scheduler
profile
Description
1001 C001 Production
C002 Packing
1002 C001 Production
C002 Packing

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3.19 Scope of Check


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Process Order → Operations → Availability Check →
Define Scope of Check
Transaction Code OPJJ
Configuration
Description
To check the availability of material components in the process order, the
material components have to be assigned to checking group. Through checking
group and checking rule the scope of check is defined. Through scope of check
we can specify which MRP element to include and which stock categories to be
included.

Define Scope of Check Yes / No (Include / Not Include)
Include safety stock Yes
Stock in transfer No
Include QI Stock No
Include Blocked Stock No

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W/o Subcontracting No
Check without RLT Yes
No Stor. Location Inspection No
Checking period No
Include Purchase orders No
Include Purchase Indents No
Include dependent reqmts No
Include reservations No
Include Sales Reqmts No
Include deliveries No
Include shipping notification No
Include Dependent reservations No
Include released Orders No
Include Planned Orders No
Include Production Orders No
Include receipts in Past and future No



3.20 Define Checking Control


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) →Production Planning for
Process Industries → Process Order → Operations → Availability Check →
Define Checking Control
Transaction Code OPJK

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Configuration
Description
In this step we define the following:
Whether an availability check is to be carried out when we create or release an
order
Whether an availability check is to be carried out when we save an order that has
been created or released
Which checking rule is to be used
What effect a material shortfall is to have on the creation or release of an order

For all the manufacturing plant, the Check on the Material will be done
during the Creation and Release of the Process Order. If there is material
short falls No release will be carried out



3.21 Define Scheduling parameters for a process order


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Production → Capacity
Requirements Planning → Operations → Scheduling → Define scheduling
parameters for planned orders
Transaction Code OPUZ
Configuration
Description
The purpose of this activity is to define levels and control parameters for
scheduling
It comprises maintenance of
scheduling levels (detailed-, production-rate and rough-cut scheduling)
date adjustment when deadlines are exceeded
scheduling control for detailed scheduling
reduction
For all the Plants and Order types the scheduling has been defined as
forwards

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3.22 Defining Parameters for Order Confirmation


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Process Order → Operations → Confirmation → Define
Confirmation Parameters
Transaction Code OPK4
Configuration
Description
Using the Confirmation Parameters, you can proceed as follows:
Confirmation function:
Whether system proposes a partial confirmation, a final confirmation or
final confirmation with withdrawal posting of the open reservations for
the confirmation.
Propose time unit
Confirmation control:
if the sequence is not adhered, you can issue a message
Whether total confirmed qty of a operation checked for under delivery or

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over delivery tolerance in the order header
Check on the dates
Logs
Goods Movement
Propose confirmed data

For all the Process Order types to the respective plants, all the indicators
will be on and check on over delivery / under delivery will also be not
checked.



3.23 Assigning Material Types to Task List


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ → Production Planning for
Process Industries Master Data Master Recipe Settings for the Task
List Type Assign Material Types
Transaction Code SPRO

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Configuration
Description
Only materials of the material types allocated in this step can be allocated to a
master recipe at the header level, that is, as the material to be produced.
For task list type 2 Master recipe the following types have been assigned
Task ListType Material type
2 FERT
2 HALB
2 HAWA
2 HIBE
2 ROH
2 ZERT



3.24 Define Material Types Allowed for BOM Header


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ → Production Planning for
Process Industries → →→ → Master Data → →→ → Master Recipe → →→ → Material list → →→ →
General Data → →→ → Define Allowed Material Types for BOM Header

Transaction Code OS24
Configuration
Description


In this step, we specify which material types in conjunction with BOM usages
are allowed for the BOM header material.
When we make these settings, we can make a generic entry in the fields for the
BOM usage and the material type. This means, for example, that we can enter an
"*" instead of a specific BOM usage. This stands for all possible BOM usages.
When we create a new bill of material, the system checks the material type as
follows:
The fully qualified (non-generic) entries are checked first. The generic entries
are checked afterwards. We can define that the use of the material type in
combination with the BOM usage is "allowed/not allowed" by setting the
indicator.



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The Following data is maintained for Claris
BOM Usage Material type
1 All material Types


3.25 Defining Order Type-Dependent Parameters


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Process Order → Master Data → Order → Define Order
Type-Dependent Parameters
Transaction Code COR4
Configuration
Description
In this step, we define the parameters that are valid for each order type and
plant. The parameters are split up as follows:
Master data
Cost accounting
Planning
Implementation
For order type C001 and C002 production version and Master Recipe are
automatically selected whereas for C003, C004, C005 they are Manual
Selection

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3.26 Assigning Process Instructions to Control Recipe Destinations


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ → Production Planning for
Process Industries → Process Management → Control Recipes / PI Sheets →
Define and Set Up Control Recipe Destinations
Transaction Code O10C
Configuration
Description
Control recipe destinations are assigned to the phases of the master recipe and
the process order. In the process order, one control recipe is created and sent for
each control recipe destination assigned to the order. We specify the process
instructions that are to be generated in the process order when a control recipe is
created for a control recipe destination

The following destinations are created in addition to the standard SAP
destinations

CRD CRD Destination Destination Address
DC Dispensing Chemist Dispensing Chemist
MC Mixing Chemist Mixing Chemist
PS Packing Supervisor Packing Supervisor

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QA Quality Assurance Quality Assurance
QC Quality Control Quality Control
SC Sterlizer Chemist Sterlizer Chemist





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4. BATCH MANAGEMENT
4.1 Activate Document Management for Batches

Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ → Logistics - General
→Batch Management → Batch Master→ →→ → Activate Document Management For
Batches
Transaction Code ODOC
Configuration
Description
In this step we activated the Document Management function for batches.


4.2 Defining Batch Level


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ → Logistics - General
→Batch Management → Specify Batch Level and Activate Status Management
Transaction Code OMCT
Configuration
Description
In this activity we specify the following:
The level at which batch numbers are unique
Whether batch status management is active in the client
The plants in which batch status management is active
The initial status of new batches
If we choose plant level, the batch number is unique in conjunction with the
respective material and the plant. If you choose material level, the batch number
is unique together with the material. At client level, the batch number is unique
in the whole client
For Claris Batch level is maintained unique at Material Level




4.3 Activating Automatic Batch Number Assignment


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ → Logistics - General →
Batch Management → Batch Number Assignment → Activate Internal Batch
Number Assignment

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Transaction Code OMCZ
Configuration
Description
In this activity we activate internal batch number assignment. We define whether
internal batch number assignment is allowed for goods receipts that have an
account assignment
The internal batch number assignment is activated



4.4 Maintain Internal Batch Number Assignment Range


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ → Logistics - General
→ →→ →Batch Management → →→ → Batch Number Assignment → Maintain Internal
Batch Number Assignment Range
Transaction Code OMAD
Configuration
Description
In this activity, we maintain number ranges for internal batch number assignment
The SAP standard number range are used at Claris
The number range is defined from 0000000001 to 9999999999




4.5 Define Batch Creation for Production Order / Process Order


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ → Logistics - General →
Batch Management → Creation of New Batches → →→ → Define Batch Creation for
Production Order / Process Order
Transaction Code CORW
Configuration
Description
In this step we made the following settings in batch management for the existing
production control profiles

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For plants 1001 and 1002 for order types C001 to C004 we have defined
Automatic batch creation on order release and classification carried out in
the background




4.6 Define Process Order Condition Tables


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ →Logistics - General → →→ →
Batch Management → →→ → Condition Tables → →→ → Define Process Order Condition
Tables
Transaction Code OPLD
Configuration
Description
In this IMG activity, we define condition tables for batch determination in
process orders.
We have used the condition table 501 which determines Batch for each
Material Type



4.7 Define Process Order Access Sequences


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ →Logistics - General → →→ →
Batch Management → →→ → Access Sequences → →→ → Define Process Order Access
Sequences
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration In this IMG activity, we define access sequences for batch determination in

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Description process orders.
We have Defined the Order Sequence C003 which determines Batch for
each Material Type


4.8 Assign Search Procedure to Process Order and Activate Check


Menu Path
Logistics - General → Batch Management → Batch Determination and Batch
Check Batch Search Procedure Allocation and Check Activation→Assign
Search Procedure to Process Order and Activate Check
Transaction Code CORC
Configuration
Description
In this IMG activity, we allocate batch search procedures to those combinations
of process order and plant for which batch determination is to be carried out, and
activate batch checking.
For Order type C001, C002, C003, C004, C005 the search procedure is
defined as CO0001
Plant Order Type Search procedure
1001 C001 CO0001
1001 C002 CO0001
1001 C003 CO0001
1001 C004 CO0001
1001 C005 CO0001
1002 C001 CO0001
1002 C002 CO0001
1002 C003 CO0001
1002 C004 CO0001
1002 C005 CO0001
1005 C005 CO0001

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4.9 Activating batch-specific Unit of Measures


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ →Logistics - General → →→ →
Batch Management → →→ → Batch-Specific Material Unit of Measure → →→ → Activate
Batch-Specific Material Unit of Measure
Transaction Code OMWS
Configuration
Description
If we want to use batch-specific material units of measure, set the Batch-specific
material units of measure active indicator
The Batch Specific units of measure is activated


4.10 Edit Batch-Specific Material Unit of Measure


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ →Logistics - General → →→ →
Batch Management → →→ → Batch-Specific Material Unit of Measure → →→ → Edit Batch-
Specific Material Unit of Measure
Transaction Code BMA1
Configuration
Description
In this step, we define which units of measurement we want to use as batch-
specific material units of measure.
We have maintained the following unit of measure

Unit Batch Specific UOM UOM
KIK kg act.ingrd. / kg KG

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4.11 Define Calculation of Proportion Quantity from Base Quantity


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ →Logistics - General → →→ →
Batch Management → →→ → Batch-Specific Material Unit of Measure → →→ → Define
Calculation of Proportion Quantity from Base Quantity
Transaction Code BMA3
Configuration
Description
In this step, we define the ratio of the proportion unit to the base unit. This ratio
is needed to convert base units to proportion units of measure.

Unit Description Technical Format
EML Endotoxin Units / Mililiter EU/ml
G/L gram act.ingrd / liter gai/l
KIK kg act.ingrd. / kg kai/kg



4.12 Maintain Period Indicator


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ →Logistics - General → →→ →
Batch Management → →→ → Shelf Life Expiration Date→ →→ → Maintain Period Indicator
Transaction Code O02K
Configuration
Description
In this step we specify which unit of measurement are used for the total shelf life
and minimum remaining shelf life.
We have used SAP defined Period indicators as day, week, month and year

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4.13 Activating Expiration Date View per Plant


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) →Logistics - General →
Batch Management → Shelf Life Expiration Date (SLED) → Set Expiration
Date Check
Transaction Code OMJ5
Configuration
Description
We have defined the time unit the system uses in the storage data of the material
master record in the Period indicator field.
The shelf life expiration date check is active for all the plants, except
1004,1005,1006 and the shelf life expiration date check is active for all the
movement types



4.14 Define Process Order Strategy Types


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Logistics - General →
Batch Management → Batch Determination and Batch Check → Batch Search
Procedure Allocation and Check Activation → Define Process Order Strategy
Types
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
In this step, we define a strategy type for batch determination in process orders.
We use different batch search strategies for different combinations of plant and
order type. For this purpose, we have created the following strategy types:
A strategy type with a selection class that uses the shelf life expiration date as

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search criterion during batch determination
Strategy
Type
Description Class Type
ZC01 Mat.Type/Mvt/Plant 023 Batch




4.15 Define Search Procedure to Process Order


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Logistics - General →
Batch Management → Batch Determination and Batch Check→ Batch Search
Procedure Definition→ Define Search Procedure to Process Order
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
In this step, we define batch search procedures for batch determination in
process orders. A batch search procedure comprises all strategy types that can be
used for a particular combination of plant and order type

Search
procedure
Description Condition Type
ZO0001 Claris Batch Search Procedure CO03, CO01


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4.16 Activating Batch Derivation


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Logistics - General →
Batch Management → Derivation of batch Data→Activate batch Derivation
Transaction Code DVSP
Configuration
Description
In this step, we activate Batch derivation
The Batch Derivation is set as Active


4.17 Define Derivation Events


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Logistics - General →
Batch Management → Derivation of batch Data→Define Derivation Events
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
In this step, you assign search procedures to the derivation time points.
The system does not start derivation at this time point until a procedure has been
assigned for searching for attributes for the receiving batch and the sending
batches.
The Derivation is taken place at Release of process order and The Recipient
search procedure is defined as BDR001 and the Sender Search Procedure is
defined as BDS001



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5. DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT
5.1 Define Number Ranges for Document Numbers


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Cross Application
components →Document Management → →→ → Define Number Ranges for
Document Numbers
Transaction Code OD00
Configuration
Description
In this IMG activity, we define the number ranges for document numbers and the
type of number assignment. When we define a document type, we must create at
least one number range for assigning document numbers.
We have the following options:
1.Internal number assignment
SAP System assigns a numeric number from the number range defined.
2. External number assignment
We can define a numeric number from the number range defined.

Sno From To
10 1000000000 1099999999
20 1100000000 1199999999
30 1200000000 1299999999
40 1300000000 1399999999
50 1400000000 1499999999
99 2000000000 2099999999
BM 10000000 19999999
BP 20000000 29999999
QM 3000000 39999999


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5.2 Define Document Types


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Cross Application
components →Document Management → →→ → Define Document Types
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
In this step, We defined ratios such as per cent, per mil, mass per cent, etc.

Type Description
ATB Artwork-Baby Carton
ATC Artwork-C Box
ATI Artwork - Insert
ATL Artwork- label
ATM Artwork- Mother Cart
BMR Batch Mfg record
BPR Batch Pkg record
MOA Method of Analysis

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5.3 Define Data Carrier


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Cross Application
components →Document Management → →→ → Define Document Types
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
You must only partially carry out this work step when you want to store the
original application files that are accessed using the Knowledge Provider in a
secure are . In this case you must only define the data carrier that can be used as
a server or frontend computer.Complete Work Step Execution
You must execute this step completely when you store original application files
in a secure area using DMS and not using the Knowledge Provider.
We have defined a Data Carrier “TE”
The Data carrier vault for the same is
Type Description
CL Vault Claris
MP Vault for BMR/BMR
QM Vault for MOA-QM

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6. CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
6.1 Define Characteristics Groups

Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Cross Application
components →Classification System → Characteristics→Define Characteristics
Groups
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
In this step, you can group similar characteristics together in characteristics
groups. You can then use the characteristics group to find individual
characteristics. For example, you may want to group together all characteristics
that refer to a length

We have defined the following Characteristics groups

Group Char Group
PPPI_01 Process Message Characteristics
PPPI_02 Process Instruction Characteristics
PPPI_03 Char. For Material Flow Btw. Orders
PPPI_0 Special Applications




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6.2 Define Characteristics Status


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → Cross Application
components →Classification System → Characteristics→Define Characteristics
Status
Transaction Code SPRO
Configuration
Description
In this step, you can group similar characteristics together in characteristics
groups. You can then use the characteristics group to find individual
characteristics. For example, you may want to group together all characteristics
that refer to a length
We have defined the following Characteristics groups
Group Char Group
0 In Preparation
1 Released
2 Locked




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7. OTHER SETTINGS
7.1 Check Units of Measurement


Menu Path
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) → →→ → SAP NetWeaver
→ →→ →General Settings → →→ → Check Units of Measurements
Transaction Code CUNI
Configuration
Description
To perform mathematical / technical transactions, ‘units of measures’ are
required that are compatible to international ISO standards. There are many
UOMs that are SAP defined and are retained in the system. However, an
exhaustive list of often used ‘Unit of Measurements’ is also defined in the
system based on the need of CLL Maintenance. These UOMs are detailed below:

Name of Unit Abbreviation
Each EA
Kilogram KG
Metre M
Gram G
Kg Act. Ingredient / Kg KAI
Litre Active ingredient / Litre LAI
Ton TON
Box BOX




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