5 Replies Latest reply: Apr 21, 2009 8:35 AM by Sanjog Mishrikotkar RSS

ATD receipts

Srinivasa E
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Hello Experts,

 

Could any one please tell me how ATD receipts will be calculated.

Our requirement is to exclude stock of some storage location during deployment execution , I think we have to exclude while calculating ATD receipts, am i right?. 

 

I think ATD receipt will be calculated during stock transfer from R/3 to APO(CIF), am i right?.

Any suggestion is appreciated.

 

 

Thanks in advance.

regards,

Srini

  • Re: ATD receipts
    Priya mahapatra
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    ATD receipt is being calculated by Category group you assign in the Product Location master in SNP2 Tab.

     

    Generally customers keep Stock, Production Plan , Productinon confirmed in the Category group to consider it for deployment.

     

    Now if you want to exclude some stock of some storage location, then you probably you need to use a user exit which will prevent the stock being flowing to APO for that storage location. Please use below user exits for the same:-

    User exit used in ECC : EXIT_SAPLCSTK_001

    User exit used in SCM : EXIT/SAPPAO/SAPLCIF_STOCK_001

                            EXIT/SAPAPO/CAPLDM_STOCK_001

     

     

    Please also think that that stock will not be considered in Net requirement calculation...

     

    Hope it helps......

  • Re: ATD receipts
    Senthil Mareeswaran
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    Hi Srini,

     

    The deployment heuristic creates a distribution plan for one product at one location of the supply chain model. Once production is complete, the system first checks what product quantities are actually available at the source locations (locations where there is stock). The sum of these product quantities is known as the available-to-deploy (ATD) quantity.

     

    The system then determines how the ATD quantity is to be distributed to destination locations (locations where there is demand).  The system considers the various distribution rules if the available product quantities exceed or fall below the demand (fair share and push rules). You can set these rules in the SNP deployment profile or on the SNP 2 tab page of the location product master. Deployment takes into account a number of deployment horizons that you also define in the location product master.

     

    If demand exceeds supply, the system can use fair share rules to calculate deployment using the available-to-deploy (ATD) quantity.

     

    SNP only uses push rules to calculate deployment if the ATD quantity covers the demand

     

      Fair Share Rule D: Distribution Based on Distribution Priority

     

    The objective of fair share rule D is to distribute stock according to priorities that you defined for the outbound transportation lanes of the source location (distribution priority). At the onset of a fair share situation, the system attempts to fulfill all of the current dateu2019s demands until the ATD quantity is exhausted.

     

    Fair Share Rule A: Proportional Distribution Based on Demands

     

    The objective of fair share rule A is to distribute the stock proportionally to all demand locations according to planned distribution demand.

     

    Fair Share Rule B: Proportional Distribution Based on Target Stock

     

    The objective of fair share rule B is to raise the stock levels at all demand locations to approximately the same percentage of target stock level. The percentage at each destination location is defined as the deployment-relevant stock (=stock on hand u2013 SNP stock transfers) divided by the target stock level. If the deployment-relevant stock, is negative the system first attempts to raise the stock level at all destination locations up to zero. The system then attempts to raise the stock level at all destination locations to the same target stock level percentage.

     

    Fair Share Rule C: Percentage Distribution Based on Quota Arrangements

     

    The objective of fair share rule C is to distribute the stock according to quota arrangements at the demand locations. To apply rule C, you have to define outbound quota arrangements for source location products in the Supply Chain Engineer

     

    Fair Share Rule D: Distribution Based on Distribution Priority

     

    The objective of fair share rule D is to distribute stock according to priorities that you defined for the outbound transportation lanes of the source location (distribution priority). At the onset of a fair share situation, the system attempts to fulfill all of the current dateu2019s demands until the ATD quantity is exhausted. For example, you have three outbound transportation lanes to your destination locations (A, B, and C), each with corresponding priorities (1, 2, and 3). Your ATD quantity is 150 pieces and the required quantity in each location is 100 pieces. If you choose fair share rule D, destination location A receives a quantity of 100 pieces over the transportation lane with priority 1. Destination location B receives a quantity of 50 pieces over the transportation lane with priority 2, and destination location C receives nothing over the transportation lane with priority 3.

     

    Regards

    R. Senthil Mareeswaran.

  • Re: ATD receipts
    Sanjog Mishrikotkar
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    Hi Srinivas,

     

    ATD receipt calculation is based on ATD Category Group which you define in Product Location SNP2 tab or location SNP tab. you can define custom category group with all the required category group and populate at location or ptoduct location level. If you dont define any category group it will take default category group ATD.

     

    APO does not recognise stock at storage location level, APO can identify stock only by category i.e. CC-unrestricted stock.

     

    To answer your query ATD receipts is not calculated during transfer from ECC to APO, rather ATD receipts is calculated during deployment based on ATD category group defined in master data.

     

    To block certain stock from getting deployed you have to either stop the stock from getting CIFed to APO or map the stock which you dont want to deploy to a custom category and exclude that category from ATD receipts category group.

     

    thanks,

    Sanjog

    • Re: ATD receipts
      Srinivasa E
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      Hi Sanjog,

       

      Thanks all for quick reply.

       

      Your suggestion seems to be a good, but does it effects any other functionality of SNP?.

       

      Do yo have what are all the places i need to take care?.

       

      1. I think new category has to be added to our STOCK category group?.

      2. any other places?...

       

      Thanks in Advance.

      Best Regards,

      Srini

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