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Batch Derivation in Process Manufacturing

Batch Derivation Concept in Process Manufacturing
This Batch Derivation Process that enables you to do the following for Batch Master data and Classification data to be derived from the Component Batches to the Produced batches:
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The following basic rules apply:
Component Batches may send  Batch data.
Produced Batches may receive Batch data
In this below Example, the terms Sender Batch is used for Component Batches and Receiver Batch is used for Produced Batches.
Configuration steps required
Activate the Batch Derivation check



In the above steps Derivation events are maintained
Minatin the Number Ranges for the Derivation Numbers
Maintain the Number ranges for the relevant object using the T Code : SNRO
Master data
Create the Material Master(s)
Create all the required set of Materials (FG, SFG & Raw Materials), with Batch Management Active & Classification activated
Create the BOM, for the Finished Product
Follow the standard steps to create the BOM using the T Code : CS01, add the necessary components to the Item List of the BOM
Create the Resource(s)
Resource can be created using the Standard process T Code CRC1
Create Master Recipe
Create the Master Recipe using the T Code: C201Create Production Version
Production Version is the combination of BOM & Master Recipe (T Code : C223/MM02)
With this all the essenetial Master Data creation is done
Maintina the DVS1 & DVR1 settings
Enter the Receiving Material and the required sending Material(s)Select the Line Item, click on details & enter the Charactristics, which were sendingSet the Receiver Strategy using the T Code : DVR1Continue >> Enter the Finished Material ( Which the Receiver)
Select the Line Item , click on the details icon
Click on Rules icon, to maintain, which rule to be followed
Transactional Data
Create the Process Order
Crearte by using T Code: COR1 (OR) Convert the Planned Order to Process Order
Assign the Batches to the Component Materials
Release the Process Order
With Release of the Process Order, the Batch Derivation event will get triggered( As per the config)
Click on details Icon, to know the status/details of the derivation
Now, Save the Process Order, which will update Derivation Results &  REL Status gets updated
Check the Batch Characteristics of the Header MaterialGoods issue to the Process Order ( T Code : MIGO)
Once Click on Post/Save, Material Document for the goods issues will be posted
Confirm the Process Order, using the T Code : CORK
Perform the Goods Receipt of the Process Order ( T Code : MIGO)
Clock on Post/Save, Material document will be triggered, for the GR of the Process Order
Check the Stcok using the T Code : MMBE
Check the updated Stock, with the Batch details dervied from the Component Materials
This ends the Batch Derivation Process.
Please share your valauble Inputs/feeback/comments, for any changes req.
Hope, this helps. for your better understanding on Batch Derivation Process
Thanks & Regards : Raja Sekhara Reddy Bannuru

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      Author's profile photo Mahesh Bhingare
      Mahesh Bhingare

      Thank you Raja Sekhara Sir for sharing information on batch derivation.

      Very good and useful document.

      Author's profile photo RAJA SEKHARA REDDY BANNURU
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      Hi Mahesh
      Thanks A lot for the kind feeback

      Author's profile photo Dilip Jain
      Dilip Jain

      Excellent work! Raja Sekhara

      It is useful to implement batch derivation in process industries


      Author's profile photo RAJA SEKHARA REDDY BANNURU
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      Hi Dilip
      Thanks A Lot for the kind feedback