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Operation wise over / under delivery tolerance


The under / over delivery tolerance which is in material master is used for production order. Is it possible to maintain under / over delivery tolerance for operation?

In textile industry in few process fabric will be elongated or it will get shrink. Maintaining tolerance for order is not possible to control tolerance. Let me know is it possible to control this operation wise.

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2014 at 05:57 PM

    Hi Uma Sankar,

    Operation wise tolerance is not possible to maintain. If you see the setting for "parameter for order confirmation" it is for delivery. But over and under qty confirmation is possible (as there are no restriction). That means indirectly unlimited tolerancešŸ˜Š.

    Solution:Use user exit::

    PPCO0019 Checks for changes to order operations (best option)

    PPCO0023 Checks Changes to Order Components

    Either you can hard code the tolerance of operation. Or make a Z table as per plant and order type. Then maintain the tolerance value. This should be considered as tolerance for operations as per customized code (take help from ABAP person to make the code)

    Wish you success.



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      Hi Krishnendu,

      I was also thinking to use user exit for above requirement. Before doing that I want to ensure that in standard this facility is not available. Thanks for your reply and suggestions.

      Regards / US

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