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Outbound delivery and production order

How can I do a match between an outbound delivery and a production order

Ej: I has the outbound delivery #80417401 but I need to know which production order # was made to crate that delivery.

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  • Hi Anais,

    I am afraid you chose the wrong tag for your question: 'Software Logistics' deals with the logistics of software like how to get software changes from one system to the other.

    Your question belongs to the Logistics application area. Suitable tags could be for example 'LE (Logistics Execution)' or 'LE Shipping'.

    I would suggest that you change your tag accordingly so that the Logistics experts get to see it.

    Kind regards
    Harald

  • Thanks Harald, I changed the tags.

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4 Answers

  • Apr 24 at 03:26 AM

    You cannot pull out a report directly. I am not sure what strategy group is set to the material master. Normally, strategy group like 20, 50 & 82 will have link to sale order in which case, you can table join the related tables like AFPO with VBFA to fetch the delivery reference

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  • Apr 30 at 02:18 PM

    Hello Ganesan, I was join the tables AFPO with VBFA but does not works

    I have a # of production order and I need the purchaser requisition for that production order.

    someone can help us?

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  • Apr 30 at 04:04 PM

    As already advised, please find sales order from delivery document and pass this sales order in Production order table, there you will see the production order(s) created for sales order.

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  • Apr 30 at 11:39 PM
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    But If I does not have the delivery number created? how can I link the production order # with the Purchase order? Could you send me print screen?

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    • Please pull up a production order on your screen and look at all the fields on the screen. Go over the tabs available... I am sure somewhere there you will see a "Sales Order" field. From there open the sales order and similarly look at the data - to your surprise you may actually find the answer!