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For easy checking, the customer would like to firm the planned order to individual purchase orders. The customer would like to create all of purchase order with 1 line. Because they can easily check the relation between original (demand) order and purchase order. If the purchase order has several lines, they need to check all of lines. They would not like to waste time for checking. Repro steps: setup: Create 3 items a. Item number = #s, Product name = #s, Search name = #s, Item model group = FIFO, Item group = Audio, Storage dimension group = SiteWH, Tracking dimension group = None, Product type = Service b. Item number = #SB, Product name = #SB, Search name = #SB, Item model group = FIFO, Item group = Audio, Storage dimension group = SiteWH, Tracking dimension group = None , Product type = Service c. Item number = #B, Product name = #B, Search name = #B, Item model group = FIFO, Item group = Audio, Storage dimension group = SiteWH, Tracking dimension group = None, Product type = Item 2. set Vendor =1001 in Purchase tab-ADMINISTRATION for item #s, #SB 3. Set Default order type = “Production” for the item (#B) 4. Setup BOM line that the item #B has the item #s and #SB e.g. site =1, warehouse=11, Quantity=1 5. Set Line type=Vendor in Line details-BOM for item #s,#SB 6. then, Approve and Activation 7. Create a Sales order for #B (e.g. Quantity=1,site=1, warehouse=11, Customer account=US-001) Repro Steps: 1. Run Master planning for filtering Item number=#B 2. Goto Planned orders, and confirm that the related orders are created (#B,#s,#SB) 3. Click “Firm all” 4. confirm Group by vendor =NO, then click OK ACTUAL RESULT: In spite of Group by vendor =NO in Repro step 4., the Purchase order includes 2 items (#s,#SB). Expected RESULT: 2 purchase orders should be created for each item (#s,#SB)
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Thank you for your feedback.

Currently this is not in our roadmap; however, we are tracking it and if we get more feedback and votes, we may consider it in the future.

Sincerely,

Christian Rytt

PM,

Microsoft.