RE:[sap-log-mm] Scheduling Agreement Release Types FRC vs JIT

Reply from Alex on Mar 19 at 7:21 PM
Thanks Mathew! Now I understand how it works.

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Alex
Sent: Monday, March 19, 2012 11:21 AM
Subject: Scheduling Agreement Release Types FRC vs JIT

Hello Guys,

Can somebody explain me the difference between scheduling agreement release types forecast (FRC) and Just-in-Time (JIT) .

I think I understand the purpose - FRC is to allow vendor to plan the quantities that are supposed to be delivered and JIT is a request for a quantity of a particular material for a particular date and probably time too.

I created both types of releases and could not see any difference between them. The output was exactly the same although each one uses a different output type. If for both types I get exactly the same document why we need two different types? It seems to me they behave exactly the same.

Thanks in advance, Alex

 
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