Diana,

You can try marking the item in production details as an MPS item and all the 
info PO's, WO's, and SO's should show on the MPS reprot for that item.

Hope this helps.

Barbara
---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Diana Larsson" <dlarsson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Reply-To: System 21 Users <system21@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date:  Fri, 21 Jan 2005 09:29:13 -0500

> 
>We are looking for a way to transition current manufactured parts to
>purchased parts.  These items are typically manufactured for 6 months and
>then transitioned to purchased.  How can we get MRP/MPS to recognize the 2
>different requirements.  (i.e. plant scheduling to see the item to build and
>purchasing to see the requirements to buy)  Any insight would be
>appreciated.
>
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