You should be able to set your maximum to 100 in the order sizing rules to 
get this net result.  I assume that any amount less than container is OK 
so you shouldn't need a minimum or multiple set.

Marc Rohde
IT Manager
Pentair Filtration, Inc. & Everpure, LLC

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We just finish setting up MRP and we can't seem to figure out how to get
the system to generate suggested release orders by a fixed amount.For
example if I can get 100 apples into a container and MRP makes a
recommendation for 350 apples...we would like to see 3 separate orders
of 100 and 1 order for the balance 50 and not one total PO for 350.
 
Any guidance would be greatly appreciated...
 
thank you in advance 

Regards, 
Derrick

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