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|Short Description||Rounding Profile|
|Category of Dictionary Type||D||Domain|
|Type of Object Referenced||No Information|
|Domain / Name of Reference Type||RDPRF|
|Data Type||CHAR||Character String|
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|Default Component name||ROUND_PROF|
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Key that the system uses to adjust the order proposal quantity to deliverable units.
In Customizing, enter a threshold value from which the system should round up to the next value per deliverable unit:
- If the requirements value exceeds the first threshold value, the system always rounds up to the next multiple of the level found
- If the requirements value falls below the first threshold value, the system copies the original requirements value.
Two other types of rounding exist:
- Dynamic rounding profile:
These profiles are used to round up quantities to logistical units of measure (for example, layers). The contents of a logistical unit of measure does not have to be know when creating the rounding profile. It is determined by the master data from the material master.
- Rounding profile with quantity to be added/subtracted
With these profiles, the given quantity is changed either by adding a percentage or subtracting a percentage.
Only static rounding profiles are taken into account in requirements planning. Neither dynamic rounding profiles not quantity addition/ subtraction are taken into account.
A material's base unit of measure is 1 unit; the purchase order is to be delivered in layers (1 layer corresponds to 5 units) or in pallets (1 pallet corresponds to 8 layers which contains 40 units).
You maintain the profile as follows:
From a requirements of 2 units, the system is to round up to 5; from a requirement of 32 units, the system is to round up to 40.
This results in the following order proposal quantities:
Requirement from 1 -> 1 requirement from 31 -> 30
Requirement from 2 -> 5 requirement from 32 -> 40
Requirement from 6 -> 10 requirement from 74 -> 80
Requirement from 7 -> 10
If no rounding profile has been entered, the system uses the rounding value entered in the material master record for the planning run.
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