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Release strategy issue - system should not block old rate inbound deliveries

After creation of inbound delivery w.r.t. released Scheduling agreement

system allow to create GRN. But business requirement is - if SA price

is 100 for period 01.01.2014 to 31.12.2015 & inbound delivery generated

for 50 qty but in between this if price getting changed to 120 for

period 25.05.2015 to 31.12.2015 & SA is not yet released. Now business

want to take GRN against old Inbound delivery for the same SA.

How to handle this scenario? Kindly help.

Business recommendation - Release to be triggered for only quantity &

value change but should not stop any business transaction like new

inbound delivery creation, GR creation even if it is in blocked stage /

not released etc.

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  • May 27, 2015 at 08:51 AM

    Moderator message:

    this question was rejected before. The reason was given in the note to the rejection.

    You are asking a frequently asked question about when a release strategy is triggered and when it not (or should not) but you failed to give any input on your setup of the release strategy, and what actually the aim of your release strategy is.

    You either complete this or this question will again be removed.

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    May 27, 2015 at 08:59 AM

    Process steps business expecting - Create SA -> Release ->Maintain schedules -> Create Inbound delivery ->

    GATE entry -> Against inbound delivery create GRN

    Again change rate -> Release will re-trigger & it will be in blocked

    stage -> but GRN should allow for old inbound deliveries.

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