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Master Scheduling in Supply Chain Planning

Master scheduling in Supply Chain Planning is used for:

You use the schedules generated by master scheduling as input to other manufacturing functions, such as material requirements planning, distribution requirements planning, and rough-cut capacity planning.

Attention: All help on Supply Chain Planning assumes a knowledge of Master Scheduling/MRP and will refer users to MRP topics when they compliment Supply Chain functionality.

See Master Scheduling for more information on basic master scheduling.

See Also

Master Scheduling/MRP:

Master Scheduling

Overview of Master Scheduling

Supply Chain Planning:

Supply Chain Master Schedule Types

Defining a Supply Chain MPS Name

Defining a Supply Chain MPS Entry Manually

Loading a Supply Chain MPS from an Internal Source

Material and Distribution Requirements Planning

Supply Chain Planner Workbench

Setting Up and Implementing Sourcing Strategies

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