Prashanth,

Sorry to take so long to get back to you. I have been quite busy and took 
a day off. I'll answer your previous question after this one.

To plan a "Child" requirement does not require it to be an MPS item, but 
you must understand that the reqirements and planned supply orders created 
for a non-MPS item will only occurr when you run MRP600 after running 
MRP500.

A purchased part can be an MPS item. If the purchased part is a "Child", 
it should not be an MPS item, unless you also sell it as itself.




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Hi,

Is it mandetory that manufactured (child) items be Master Scheduled (MPS 
items) ?

So also, can purchased item be MPS item ?

regards,
Prashanth


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