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Create the deliveries based on the Qty in Sales Order

Hi,

I have a requirement where in i need to created the Deliveries equal to the number of quantities in the sales order.

Example:If i have a sales order with quantity 4 then i should create 4 deliveries separately.

How can i achieve this?

Any exits pls advise.

Thanks .

Muraghendra D

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    Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 06:59 PM

    Muraghendra,

    One gentleman by name Yash had a similar query on Oct 5, 2006. I had given the following reply:

    If you want to do it without lot of programming, then VLSP is the way to go. Here is how you can do it using VLSP.

    Once the Delivery is created, it needs to be packed. You can setup the a pkg material (say a Pallet) with allowable weight in the material master to automatically create as many handling units as the qty in the Delivery. Then use VLSP to split based on the handling units.

    Here is one more tip, if you want to do some programming. Use the Delivery user-exit to change the delivery qty always to 1. Run RVV50R10A multiple times (assuming you will not have qty more than 4 / 5 ).

    If the qty will be more than 5, then consider triggering an WF from the Delivery user exit (after checking for remaining qty) to create Delivery for the same SO.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Anand

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