1. Why not run MRP for each facility?

2. Impact depends on your BPCS version & whatever other modules you using, such as: Costing, Engineering; Types of orders; Inter-facility; General ledger.

You might review 3-way match, how people at each stage of the life cycle of PO, are able to get things right, what the impact is of different facility along the way ... in our case, we need the arriving inventory to get into the right facility, since we have more than one facility in the same building, our payables have to know to use a different profit center for the General Ledger. I would advise against changing facility in an existing purchase order. We have problem with that right now for customer orders, since our facility activity goes to different profit centers. BPCS lets us have business rules, then lets us break the rules.


we have a special case, exist two facility but only run mrp for one
faclity, the requirement is we need cover the inventory & open
purchase order for the second facility which not attend the
calculation of mrp.

if i just change the facililty code for the purchase order, suer, mrp
will handle these po, is there any impact for other moudle? Thanks
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