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Quantity confirmed on Schedule line before ATP check

Hi All,

I've a situation where the user enters a quantity on the sales order line item and then goes to schedule lines.

The user tries to split the schedule lines into 3 or more based on the requirement. When the user splits the schedule lines, the quantity on all the schedule lines except the first one are automatically getting confirmed. This shouldn't happen, because the user has to do ATP check and only then the system should plan and confirm the schedule lines.

Can anyone help us with this? How we can avoid this.

E.g: Sales order line item quantity 24000 - First date is 23.08.2016.

Schedule line 1 - Delivery date (23.08.2016) Quantity 10000 Confirmed quantity 0.

Schedule line 2 - Delivery date (24.08.2016) Quantity 9000 Confirmed quantity 9000.

Schedule line 3 - Delivery date (25.08.2016) Quantity 5000 Confirmed quantity 5000.

This is the status before ATP is triggered.

We want all the 3 confirmed quantities to be 0 before we go for ATP.

Thank you,

Sandeep Kumar S

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 10:36 AM

    Sandeep,

    Does your availability check include lead time?

    Best Regards,

    DB49

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    • Former Member Sandeep Kumar

      Sandeep,

      'Blank' under 'avail check rule' in your OVZJ means that you will not get a dialogue box unless there is a shortage.

      Looking at your first post, I am going to assume that your total item quantity is 24000. if so, your display implies that your first schedule line is a requirement that is not being confirmed. This therefore implies a shortage, which should have generated a dialogue box (proposal popup). Yet, you have told me the users do not get a popup when they perform this task.

      Based upon a whole lot of assumptions, I again direct your attention to enhancements.

      Best Regards,

      DB49

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