When you use discontinuation and follow-up items in repetitive manufacturing scenarios, which are backflushed by separated backflush processes, it results in incorrect material postings and postprocessing records for discontinuation and follow-up components. Other terms
MFBF, MF70, separated backflush, discontinued part, planned order, Reason and Prerequisites
part to be discontinued, follow-up material, MD04, MD05, postprocessing record ...
The problem is caused by a program error for the specification of default quantities for withdrawal postings and the calculation of withdrawal quantities for planned order components. Solution
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