can any one pl. help me by explaning what r the imp. points to b considered during implementing capacity planning
thanks and regards

1) You need to maintain work scheduling view for all E parts.
2) In customizing mainatin the overall profile for capacity planning and assign this to materoal master in work scheduling view.
3) In production orders and planne dorder scheduling paarmeeter (in customizing) enable the indictore "generate capacity reqs".
4) Control key in rotuings must have the same indicator checked "gen cap reqs".
5) MRP must be run to create cacapcity reqs if you are using MRP.
6) You must be aware about the resources lke work centers and labours. in the capacity you must checked the capacities are relevent to "finite scheudling".
7) Work center must hace formulas...all sormuals must be relevent for scehduling and capacity requirements.
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