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goods issue before the start date

Hi Experts,

Is it possible that system will not allow goods issue before the start date even if the quantity is confirmed.

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 12:22 PM

    Hi Vishal,

    The all parameters are set, but you understood the configurations, and the one that the system is considering when it makes ATP ?

    ATP quantity is for date...do you need to see yours requeriments for this material.

    Sometimes, I use CO09 to check the availability...try to see what the system is considering in your r ATP. What is confirmed or not

    I use MD04 too to see all requeriments and receipts..

    Maybe for your case, see if in the system doesn't have a purchase order arriving among the 4 and 9. This would justify what you are saying.

    Regards

    Dimas Faria

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    Posted on Aug 09, 2016 at 07:18 PM

    Hi Vishal,

    SAP is open, he doesn't have restraints for this. When an order be released, the user can already make the goods issue (tends or no a confirmation).

    You will need to do a ABAP development.

    Or for procedure, only to release orders, in the date at the beginning of the production (if it can)

    Regards

    Dimas Faria

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      Yes this all parameters are set well and availability check is also done as I said committed reserved quantity is there.

      The question is when it has available reserved quantity from the early date why it allowed me to issue on the start date only why not in earlier dates.

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