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How to split a sales order while copying with reference?

Hi everyone!

I have two sales orders types - ZFL1 and ZFL2. ZFL1 is copied with reference into ZFL2.

While there can be multiple items in ZFL1, only one item is permitted in ZFL2.

In other words, one ZFL1 sales order with 100 items should be transformed into 100 ZFL2 single-item sales orders.

How can I do the trick? Will copy routines be helpful in this case?

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 10, 2015 at 06:54 PM


    You have 2 types of sales orders.

    Correct me if i'm wrong but i understand like this;

    If ZFL1 includes 100 items in it, there will be 100 different ZFL2 sales orders for each item in ZFL1?

    If its like that could you write why you are using this process for what ?

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi guys!

      Standard SAP suppose Purchase Requisition (PRq) for many kinds of requests. It gives a possibility to play with further Purchase Order (PO) (join or split or more complicated grouping rules).

      So, the process can be like this:

      1. Dealer create fleet request in PRq (it can be multiple items & multiple qty) by some web-interface - your ZFL1 object

      2. In SAP PRq can be checkked for avaliable stock and convert to PO with groupping rules

      3. PO (or POs) can be additionaly passed through release procedure or price calculation and transfer to Sales Order (SO) by IDOC

      3. SO will be your ZFL2 object

      Prosedure looks quite comlicated, but fit all requirements.

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