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Can any body explain what does start date means in /SAPAPO/RRP3

Hello Expert,

We we create purchase requisition in SAPAPO/RRP3 as shown in below screen shot-

What does start date 07.01.2016 indicates.

One more thing when we double click on purchase requisition-

Can any body help on this?

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  • Dec 09, 2015 at 12:07 PM

    Hello,

    Press F1 on each of these fields and you will find the SAP documentation about each of them.

    The start date is the delivery date - PDT (planned delivery date).

    The opening date is calculated by deducting also the opening period (in case it is defined).This means:

    Opening date = delivery date - PDT - opening period.

    Kind Regards,

    Mariano

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    • Hi Jeet,

      Opening Date = Delivery Date - Planned Delivery Time - Opening Period.

      The Opening Period can be defined in the Product Master, PP/DS tab.

      The Opening Date more or less defines the date in which the PurRqs should be converted into PchOrd.

      For example, in /SAPAPO/RRP7 transaction, the system will select orders with opening date <= current date for conversion.

      You can check F1 help on Product Master and /SAPAPO/RRP7 fields for more details.

      Regards,

      Tiago

  • Dec 28, 2015 at 08:16 AM

    If you have a T-lane for external procurement, the start date represents only the transit time.

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