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Good Issue date not copied to Delivery incase of STO

Hi,

We have an issue with STO deliveries where planned GI date is populated with value from STO - Delivery date,

It should have copied from Goods issue Date(WADAT) maintained in Delivery schedule in PO

Please help on this

Thanks

Rajesh Rajagopal

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  • Posted on Nov 06, 2013 at 05:34 PM

    Could you please help on this, really causing a problem for us

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  • Posted on Nov 06, 2013 at 05:52 PM

    Where did you read that you can use this field in the PO to demand the goods issue date?

    for me it is just a pure information field, which gets initially filled based on the master data and is updated with actual data from the the delivery once the delivery is created and processed.

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    • Hi Srinivas,

      Please try to maintain/Check the scheduling for sales document type - DL in below path

      Logistics Execution

      - Shipping function

      - Basic shipping functions

      - Delivery Scheduling and Transport Scheduling

      - Define Scheduling by Sales Doc.Typ

      For Delivery type - NL , Default Sales doc type is DL

      Once you maintain scheduling the document type then Route and delivery scheduling works in STO deliveries

      Thanks

      Rajesh Rajagopal

  • Posted on Jan 04, 2014 at 03:41 AM


    Hi Srinivas,

    Please try to maintain/Check the scheduling for sales document type - DL in below path

    Logistics Execution

    - Shipping function

    - Basic shipping functions

    - Delivery Scheduling and Transport Scheduling

    - Define Scheduling by Sales Doc.Typ

    For Delivery type - NL , Default Sales doc type is DL

    Once you maintain scheduling the document type then Route and delivery scheduling works in STO deliveries

    Thanks

    Rajesh Rajagopal

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