18 Replies Latest reply: Apr 12, 2012 7:34 AM by A J Mathews RSS

Sales Order - Schedule Lines Issue

A J Mathews
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Hi All,

 

        I am trying to book a sales order for one customer through regular sales order ( or ) . This particular material is not available in stock. After entering the Customer Number , Material Number and Quantity , if i go to schedule lines it is not proposing any delivery date with confirmed quantity . Schedule lines has only one line, where it says ....

 

   Delivery date : 20.4.2012 , Ordered Quantity : 1 , Rounded Quantity : 1 and Confirmed Quantity 0 .

 

     Is it not supposed to propose one more schedule line where it should give delivery date with confirmed quantity ?.

 

     Please suggest where is that i am going wrong ?

  • Re: Sales Order - Schedule Lines Issue
    mr. PPIO
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    dear, you would open the second session and run CO09 and MD04 to see the availability for your material...

    regards,

  • Re: Sales Order - Schedule Lines Issue
    ANAND NAVALE
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    Hi,

     

    Go to the Line item, Shedule lines tab, Select the Line item and Click on Item Avaliblity ( Ctrl+F5), System will give the Propose date and confirmed qty

    Regards,

    Anand

  • Re: Sales Order - Schedule Lines Issue
    Lakshmipathi G
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    Is it not supposed to propose one more schedule line where

    it should give delivery date with confirmed quantity ?.

     

    Once you do availability check, system will confirm the stock based on various parameters we set in configuration for Backward Scheduling and Forward Scheduling.  One among them is to set for your order type.  Check in OVLY.


    G. Lakshmipathi

  • Re: Sales Order - Schedule Lines Issue
    Sridhar Vijjhalwar
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    Hello Arun,

     

    Just check in "Availability check with ATP planning" in:

     

    SPRO-IMG-S&D-Availability check and TOR- Availability check with ATP planning-Define Default settings.

     

    There check what is against your sales area - as it should be C - Delivery proposal, which would enable the system to propose the delivery date by backward and forward scheduling and depends upon the Material Availability Date *(MAD).

     

    Regards,

    Sridhar

  • Re: Sales Order - Schedule Lines Issue
    A J Mathews
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    Hi All,

     

         I tried and checked all the above mentioned settings . However still it is saying ..

     

    Delivery date : 20.4.2012 , Ordered Quantity : 1 , Rounded Quantity : 1 and Confirmed Quantity 0 .

     

        Where am i going wrong ?  Should there be any changes in material master or sales order ?

     

         Please advice.

  • Re: Sales Order - Schedule Lines Issue
    A J Mathews
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    Hi ,

     

    I checked in OVLY and everything seems to be ok. But still the same issue.

     

    Regards,

    Arun

  • Re: Sales Order - Schedule Lines Issue
    Sridhar Vijjhalwar
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    Hi Arun,

     

    I can only suggest just check the following:

     

    OVZG

    OVZH

    OVZI

    OVZ8

    OVZ2

    OVZ9

    the most important of all is OVZ9, just go to details.. if everything is right.

     

    Regards,

    Sridhar

  • Re: Sales Order - Schedule Lines Issue
    Mr patchala
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    Hi Arun,,

     

      As per my understanding is in your plant unrestricted material quantity is 0. and the availability check is active in your system where you use schedule line CP( i assume that you done all required settings for availability check if not follow the steps as sridar mention) .

     

    Now the issue is when you create the sales order with material A(assumed), in schedule line conformed quantity is 0 for requested delivery date.

     

    Dear arun first understand the use and process of availability check. when customer order material A , than immediately system check whether the quantity is available or not in the plant .normally availability to promise calculates based on below formula.  

     

    Check against ATP = Available stock + Future receipts – Future issues.

     

    If ordered material quantity is not available in plant, than system checks any replenishment lead time ( production or procurement time) maintain in material master--> MRP2 tab.

    • if you select procurement type E(in house production) maintain only in house production days
    • if you select procurement type F(external procurement) maintain GR Processing time and planed delivery time.
    • if you select  procurement type X(both) maintain both procurement times.

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    So system will add the replenishment lead time to today's data(20.04.2012 +10/4 days) and propose the delivery date in schedule line data. if you are not maintain any replenishment lead time in material master system will not able to calculate the delivery date where system don`t know at what time good available in plant. so conform quantity will be 0 in schedule line and order will automatically go to backorders.

     

    you can run transaction V.15 to generate the list of backorders that exist in the system followed by

    transaction CO06 to process them manually. Alternatively, you can use transaction V_RA, which provides you with both the list and the screen used to process backorders.

     

    i think in your case you were not maintain replenishment lead time in material master- MRP2tab.

     

    If you have further clarification , please let me know.

     

    Regards.

    Patchala

     

    Message was edited by: kr patchala

  • Re: Sales Order - Schedule Lines Issue
    A J Mathews
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    Hi ,

     

    I made some changes in OVZ9  as suggested by Mr.Sridhar . and its working now.

     

    System is proposing second delivery date on which we would be able to deliver the goods.

     

    Fields that are changed . Include . Planned Orders & Inclu. Production Orders.

     

    Thank you all for your contributions !

     

    Regards,

    Arun

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