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Why other delivery schedule component lines not appear in ME2O

I have a question with regards to the line appeared in the ME2O corresponds to my delivery schedule lines in my Schedule Agreement (SA).

The following is my delivery schedule in my SA.

The relationship between the parent (#0001062) and child (#02210349) in the BOM is 1 to 1.

The following are the ME2O display when I run it for the subcontract vendor and the parent material.

In order for better view, I combined the two above screen into one following, and you will notice that ME20 only proposes those Delivery Schedule Lines indicated in yellow.

I look through the delivery date between two screens and it seem doesn’t make any sense as to why those white color lines were not proposed in the ME2O screen, does it means those components in white row does not need to replenish to the subcontractor, if yes, it doesn’t make sense to me, and am sure I am missing out something. Do you know?

The following is the MD04 for the parent material, and highlights below are proposed in MD04 screen of child component, which also shown in ME2O screen for the child component:

And the following MD04 is the child:


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    Posted on Dec 03, 2013 at 07:48 PM

    Hi Daniel,

    As Tao suggested please create a new release and then check again.

    If you look at your screenshot of me38 and check the screenshot of ME2O you should detect the issue.

    The items I marked in green are the ones that are showing in ME2O, this is because these items have been released and thus are known to the vendor.

    In general I always tell users if you want to compare data with a vendor or in this case with ME2O then don't check against the ME38 schedule line proposal but check against the effective last release sent to the vendor which you can check via ME38 and then looking at the fully transmitted (green light) delivery schedule.



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    Posted on Dec 03, 2013 at 05:20 AM

    Hi Daniel,

    Try to use t-code ME84 to create a new SA release version for #5500000086, and then try to review with t-code ME2O again. Hope it's helpful for you.

    Best regards


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