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APO SNP demand reduction at Vendor location

Hello All,

Need expert advice for a standard SNP Vendor planning in APO.

Setup- vendor location created in APO and volumes are maintained on it.

When purchase orders are booked against vendor they are visible in APO under receiving location and under vendor correctly.

Receiving location under receipt and vendor location under demand.

Shipping confirmation form Vendor is received in ECC, receiving location in APO shows quantity under Stock in transit (PO memo mapped) rightly

But Issue here APO vendor location still shows open demand,, no reduction of demand.

Thank you in advance

With regards

Vijay

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    Posted on Nov 06, 2014 at 02:50 PM

    Hi Vijay,

    The demand will disappear when the products will be received in the storage location. However to be sure you can run consistency for your demand.

    Hope that help.

    Thanks.

    Regards, Marius

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    • Former Member Kenneth Snyder

      Hi Ken,

      After the ASN , the PO quantity becomes Intransit qty at the receiving location, But the probem is PO is still open ( BI - Conrel) at the vendor location as Demand ( TLB Confirmed ) until the goods receipt is complete which is weird. Especially when the transit time is more this will be a big problem for Plannning at the vendor location

      Kiru

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