The simplest answer to distinguish between MTO and MTS in planning is to use 
different planner codes.  That way when you are planning and releasing MTS 
items, you only look at those items and similarly for MTO items.

Myron Hamilton

In a message dated 3/31/2003 4:30:58 PM Central Standard Time, 
Dan_O'Leary@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:

> We manufacture a number of products, some of which are Make to Stock (MTO)
> and some of which are Make to Order (MTO). It is important to us,
> especially in planning, to understand when an item is one or the other. We
> can't seem to find a good way in the item master or the facility master to
> designate this information about the item.
> What approaches have others taken?
> Dan O'Leary
> VP of Operations
> S&S BioScience, Inc.
> 10 Optical Ave.
> Keene, NH 03431
> 603-352-3810 x3213

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