In message <065501c28422$45819570$7e3e1ec0@JennyC>, Jenny Carr
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We are in the process of evaluating the use of forecasted orders to
help us on long lead time items for one specific customer.  I've
searched the archives, and I've seen where you there is an order type
which consumes the forecast.  What order type is used on the forecasted
order, and what order type is used on the actual order?  Do people
typically use firm planned orders?  Any information on the subject is
much appreciated.
Its the demand planning codes in Facility planning data or Item Master
that govern whether or not Orders Consume forecasts. Forecast orders are
directly created in the KMR file via forecast entry or the FOR module.
It is also possible (and not too difficult)  to interface other forecast
and analysis packages into KMR.


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Mike Ozanne


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