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blank of Last Actual Goods Issue Date of an Order Item

Dear all,

I have a question.

I'm using Order data in BI system.

The order data is using '2LIS_11_V_SSL' as dataSource.

Also, I'm using infoObject '0LST_A_GD' in '2LIS_11_V_SSL'.

The problem is that 0LST_A_GD don't have data whenever we input return order.

However, 0LST_A_GD have data correctly if we input standard order.

I have no idea why 0LST_A_GD don't have data for return order.

Is there any relationship between return order and 0LST_A_GD.

what field in ECC system trigger 0LST_A_GD in BI system?

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  • Posted on Jun 03, 2013 at 02:28 AM


    Refer below links, it might clear your doubt.

    To know all the fields in 2LIS_11_V_SSL datasoure

    description of the field 0LST_A_GD says "Latest current goods issue date of all deliveries of an order item"

    Check below link for mapping from ECC to BW

    "MCEX_I_WADATLATE" will trigger from ECC for 0LST_A_GD.

    Explanation of this field is as below

    Last actual goods movement date of an order item

    This field contains the last actual goods movement date of all delivery items of an order item.

    The field is only used in the extract structure MC11V_0SSL (DataSource 2LIS_11_V_SSL).

    There, this date is determined for one order item at a time, and is assigned to all data records for the order item.

    This date is basically empty for items not yet completely delivered.

    If an order item is completed delivered but goods issue has not yet been posted for all deliveries, then the field contains the last goods movement date of all deliveries already posted.

    If an order item is controlled so that the item is already completed with the first partial delivery, then the last actual goods movement date for the order item is filled even if an delivery item cannot be assigned to all schedule lines.

    hope it helps!



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