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SAP SD Availability Check

I have got the SAP availability check "A" for create sales order set up exactly as I need it to work. When I create a new sales order it correctly identifies the availability based on other existing dependent requirements and reservations.
However immediately after creating the sales order if I go into change sales order, whilst the checking rule used is the same, the dependent requirements and reservations are ignored and the confirmed date is brought forward. I have looked in CO09 and I can see that the difference is that the "with requirements quantities" box is not checked at sales order change, only at sales order create. I have also looked at the configuration for the checking group, - OVZ2, and the accumulated quantities settings here make no difference.

Is this normal system behaviour, or am I missing something ?

Any help appreciated.

Gerry

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  • Posted on Nov 26, 2014 at 12:07 PM
    the dependent requirements and reservations are ignored and the confirmed date is brought forward.

    May be if you can explain with an example what dependent requirements and reservations are ignored, it will be easy to understand what is happening at your end and accordingly, propose suitable suggestion

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2014 at 12:22 PM

    Hi Gerry,

    Could you plase elaborate your issue with screen shots if possible or with exact details it will help us to understand and try to provide resolution.

    Regards,

    Shreenidhi math

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      Hi Dogboy,

      Sorry for delay, been away a few days.

      I have checked our OMIH settings and the OVZ9 and all is well. The OPKJ settings are also fine. However we are also using PM - and we have a lot of network assy orders - it is these that do not get confirmed at order release. This is the standard SAP setting for this. OPKJ for order types PS02 and PS06. I need to discuss with client how and when these need confirming. Once I get this sorted, as you say all requirement types should be on an equal footing.

      Thank-you for the help

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