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What generates the Assembly Order for an Assemble to Stock item that is below the reorder point on the item card - I don't see it from Order Planning or Planning Worksheet.
Given that you are interested in using Reorder Points, do you use Locations? If so, you’ll want to make sure you are using Stockkeeping Units for each Location for your Item. And there, define one of the Reorder Point based ordering policies: Fixed Reorder or Maximum Quantity, and be sure to fill all required parameters associated with the policy.
If you are using one of the demand based policies like Order or Lot-for-Lot, then you wouldn’t need Stockkeeping Units, and typically (but you are not required to) you would use Assemble to Order.
Then, if your Item’s replenishment is set to Assembly and the method is Assemble to Stock, the Planning Worksheet will start picking it up in its MRP/MPS calculations when the Assembled Good is low and needs to be assembled, and when the raw materials in the Assembly BOM are running low and need to be replenished by purchase/transfer/assembly/production (assuming you have proper parameters enabled for the raw materials as well.)
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Precisely the type of answer I was looking for.
The Planning Worksheet should suggest the replenishment order. Check if you have a "Reordering Policy" set on the item. If it's blank then the Planning System won't calculate it.
If you are using Lot-for-Lot, can you provide an answer?
I should also note that I have a forecast for the items.
So we'd have to use the Planning Worksheet? Since we're not using Manufacturing I have been trying to use the Requisition Worksheet for this purpose, but it does not seem to work. Which is weird since the Req.Worksheet line has an option for 'Assembly' in the Replenishment System field. Has anybody else been able to get this work perhaps?
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