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How Stagging time is determined in STO ?

Jun 01, 2017 at 11:47 AM

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Hi SAP,

We have a issues with the Wrong Determination of Staging time in Purchase Order.

When we are creating a purchase document type in Production, staging and delivery date- time gets determined.

We also have a APO System in Connection.

As per them , the staging time is wrong. They believe it is getting determined from P01 system

My analysis is -

The STO is happening between 2 plants - Vendor being in Singapore and Receiver being in Australia.

When I click on Availability Check, I am re-directed to APO Screen which is APO System.

For Material Staging Date , we are following a Singapore calendar which is UTC+8 and when the delivery is confirmed for the receiving plant in Australia it is 2 hours ahead+ staging date which is because of the calendar settings on the plant level which is UTC+10.

But, I would like to understand how the staging date and more specifically time is determined in the first place. Is it coming from APO or getting determined in SAP SD under scheduling agreements.

Because , in my current issue- the discussion is more on time, then date

Please suggest as it is impacting one day while running services.

BR

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G Lakshmipathi
Jun 01, 2017 at 12:04 PM
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Is the Stagging Date same as material availability date in sale order? Ideally, it should be same

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Hi Lakshmipathi,

Point 1- It is the Purchase Order and not the sales order.

Point 2- There is a difference of the dates.

I have added the screenshot for your reference.

Delivery Date is one day later than staging date.

cusersin8kansadesktopcapture.png

BR

Kanishak

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Hi Lakshmipathi,

Point 1- It is happening on the purchase order and not the sales order.


Point 2- Delivery Date and Stagging Date are different. Delivery Date is one day ahead of Stagging Date.

As I mentioned earlier, we know the reason why it is one day ahead, but we are not able to identify, from where the Stagging time is calculated in the first instance.

cusersin8kansadesktopcapture.png

I have attached the screenshot for your reference.

BR

Kanishak

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This question was posted in the Sales tag. If it's not related to Sales then kindly use Purchasing tag instead.

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