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Confirm Quantity problem in sales order

Hi,

I have recieved one new requirement in sales order confirm quantity confirm basing on delivery unit from meterial master,customer placed order 100 and availability ATP Qty is 97 in meterial master delivery unit is 10,now in sales order confirming qtys 97 and in delivery qty determinig 90 qty (basing on Delivery Unit),but user wants to confirm qty's only 90 in sales order.

useing ATP user exit FV45VFZZ in debug mode we have forcefully changed VBEP-BMENG as 90 qty, than in table VBBE-VMENG showing 97  showing 97 qty we want 90 qty's,please give any suggest for this requirement.

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  • Nov 03, 2015 at 08:39 AM

    Though with the user exit, this can be achieved, I don't recommend this practice.  What is there if system confirms whatever quantity; ultimately, user are going to deliver only the quantity set in material master as you indicated.

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Krishna,

      Their say on this, they are rescheduling the confirmation by V_V2 . They can also do this by C006. They want full SO to be recorded in system.

      Well, the client is always right, even when he acts like an idiot.  However, if the 'delivery unit' is so important, one wonders how that last 1 PC requirement in the sales order will be managed, since it is less than the sacrosanct 4 piece delivery unit in your example.

      Sales order quantity can not be rounded as its legal document with dealer .

      I am not a lawyer, and I do not claim to understand the laws in your locality, nor can I offer legal advice there.  However, in most countries, a sales order is not considered to be a legal document until both parties have agreed on the terms ("offer, acceptance, consideration" are commonly considered to be required elements for a contract to be legally binding).  If your client chooses not to accept an order from a dealer for 'non-delivery' quantity orders, then one might argue that a legally binding contract does not exist.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Offer_and_acceptance


      Best Regards & Good Luck,

      DB49