Hi Daniel,

Another possibility for manipulating Delivery Dates for purchased components
is with the "BOM Offset Days" (in BOM500). This tool works great when you
wish to offset the delivery dates for some specific components within
certain Bills of Material. The value entered in this field makes an
adjustment (or offset) to the lead time for the component. This offset can
be positive or negative. The BOM Offset Days value is used by MRP and MPS
when calculating the due dates of the component requirements for that

Good luck Daniel! I hope this is helpful.

Mike Sarro

date: Mon, 28 Nov 2005 05:21:28 -0800
from: "Daniel Wilkins" <dwilkins@xxxxxxx>
subject: [BPCS-L] PO Due Date 

Version   6.1     Release   01


When I run MRP I have some parts where the PO due dates should be backed
up 7 days from the calculated date. They are not working correctly. Is
there a set way to set this type of part up in the CIC file?




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