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Auto assignment of batches after delivery creation

We have BSS working as standard on delivery create. One of our businesses has a delivery ATP check which allows them to create deliveries when there is no stock (as long as there is a process order on system).

When the batches are goods receipted from production, they need to go into VL02n and manually re-run the auto batch determination using the Batch determination button within the batch split screen.

They also have to continuously monitor deliveries to be able to do this.

Is there a standard program that will do this or even a BADI etc. that we could call within a custom program? Has anyone else tried this?

I'm looking at VB_BATCH_DETERMINATION / BAPI_OUTB_DELIVERY_CHANGE

Any suggestions / comments?

Thanks!

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  • Posted on Sep 29, 2014 at 02:59 PM

    Hello,

    Try with FM: VB_BATCH_DETERMINATION. Note that this FM is not released by SAP, so it could be a problem in a future SAP Enhancement or Release.

    Check this thread:

    Kind Regards,

    Mariano

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    • Hi Alain,

      You can run FM: VB_BATCH_DETERMINATION at item level.

      Note that you will be filling different tables in order to cal the function, and the delivery and item are entered here:

      I_KOMKH-VBELN = LIKP-VBELN " delivery

      I_KOMKH-POSNR = LIPS-POSNR " item

      So you will have to create a custom program that will fill the tables needed for FM: VB_BATCH_DETERMINATION and then it will call the function.

      Kind regards,

      Mariano

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