• Subject: Lead Time
  • From: "Steve Haessler" <Haessler@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 09:27:20 -0500

        We are currently investigating MRP's use of lead time in both 
manufactured and purchased parts.  To this point we have found that for lead 
time to have any effect we must set position 15 of the parameter WTYP to a 
value of "3".
        This is based on the following code in MRP process program MR030.

C       MOVE    'WTYP'          PRMT91
C       MOVE    *BLANK          PRMK91
C       MOVE    WTYPW2  WTYPWK  

        Further down in the code is a check of the parameter code value in the 
last position.

        We have tested many different scenarios using lead time values in 
MSP04, INP60 and the Item/Supplier profile.

        Has anybody else had experience with this?  If so, what have you found?


Steve Haessler

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