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open orders

I want to know the business scenario why

orders or put on hold.

the tables used to display all open orders on hold

if possible with a small example and a small code.

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    Mar 19, 2007 at 06:27 AM

    Hi,

    The order entry person can create Free of charge orders which will supply the goods to the customer for '0' value. They can create return orders for accepting wrong claims by the customer which will credit the customer with the product value. they also have an option to give extra discounts in the order which will affect the profitability of the comp.

    These are potential daily scenarios in any organisation which needs to have some control by authorising specific higher officials to release the Hold on these orders. The hold was automatically put by the system and the order entry person will not have any authorisation for releasing it. Unless the authorised person release the hold, the system will not be able to process these orders.

    This is how we can control above scenarios in SAP using "On Hold".

    VA14L - t.code for listing all orders blocked for delivery

    V23 - t.code for listing all orders blocked for invoice.

    hope, this helps!

    Thanks

    Siva

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    Mar 18, 2007 at 08:42 PM

    Transaction Code: VA05

    Select Open Orders.

    Regards,

    Rajesh Banka

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    Mar 19, 2007 at 06:20 AM

    Hi Mallika,

    Orders could be put on hold due to stock problems. Like for example if there is not enough stock available to fulfil the requirement..........orders could be put on hold until the stock is replinished.

    Another scenario could be customer may actually want us to hold the stock for their own pesonal reason.

    or

    sometimes certain orders are put on hold which does'nt have any priority and some other high priority orders are fullfilled.

    Back order processing is done in any of the above case.

    Backorder processing is a functionality in SAP where you can change the committments and over-ride the blockage of stocks

    marked against sales documents/deliveries. For e.g. you receive an order from a very important customer for material "A" but

    the entire quantity of A is committed to another customer "B" via earlier sales orders and this is where BACKORDER processing helps you to change the committment and shift stock due for B to A. This is the benefit of this funtionality.

    OMIH - Checking rule for updating backorders

    OPJL - Define new checking rule

    OPJJ - Define scope of check

    V_RA - Backorder Processing

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    Regards

    Sai

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