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V_V2 Rescheduling with Product Allocation

Hi, In the business scenario of the customer we have to manage product allocation and rescheduling (transaction V_V2 - report SDV03V02).


The product allocation quota for material X in period 1 is 150. The final client A places an order for 100 pieces of material X with delivery priority 10, and it must be subject to product allocation. Then a second client B places another order for 80 pieces of material X with delivery priority 1. Since the first client has already consumed the allocated quota for 100 pieces, only 50 pieces will be confirmed to customer B. We need to run transaction V_V2 (report SDV03V02) to mass reschedule material X, according to product allocation limits. I think this should be a very common scenario for customers that use product allocation. Is there any standard solution or any SAP proposal to manage this common situation? Have you ever face this problem and developed something useful?

I've read notes on OSS (for example 607036) and it looks like materials with product allocation must be excluded from mass rescheduling..


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    Posted on Mar 29, 2017 at 02:05 PM

    We finally succeed in rescheduling items also with product allocation. After an inquiry to SAP we realize that in "normal" design, product allocation and rescheduling are not considered to work together.

    So we created a custom version of report SDV03V02. In our ZSDV03V02 we exclude materials with product allocation, then we reschedule all the items, after clearing all allocation and ATP.

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    • Hi Davide,

      Your sharing is superb.

      My customer has same requirement so would you be able to eloborate more details for V_V2?

      It is little bit confusing regarding your Z program which excluded the product allocation, am I correct? So eventually, how did you allocate the 50 pcs of item X to customer B?

      Really appreciate your feedback!


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