You have a PDS with a Phantom Assembly component and you have set this component with procurement type: F (External).
A_FINAL_PRODUCT -> B_PHANTOM -> C_COMPONENT
- A_FINAL_PRODUCT : final product
- B_PHANTOM : phantom assembly
- C_COMPONENT : component
When executing the CTM A_FINAL_PRODUCT is planned, and so B_PHANTOM. However, even though B_PHANTOM is set with procurement type F, a Dependent Demand is created in C_COMPONENT.
The expectation is that the procurement should has been taken in consideration before the PDS Explosion, and do, no Dependent Demand should be created to C_COMPONENT.
SAP Supply Chain Management (SCM)
SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization (SCM-APO)
SAP enhancement package for SAP Supply Chain Management
SAP Supply Chain Management Multi-Level Supply & Demand Matching (SCM-APO-SDM)
CTM, PDS, phantom assembly, dependent demand, components, requirements, requirement , KBA , pds , phantom assembly , ctm , dependent demand , SCM-APO-MD-PDS , Production Data Structure , Problem
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