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what SAP reasons when we get status comments like ready, scheduled, blocked in SAP LICC tcode

Sep 26, 2017 at 07:05 AM

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Hello SAP Gurus,

what are the business/SAP reasons when we get the statuses comments like ready, scheduled, blocked in SAP LICC tcode. Can you please provide the reasons for the below status like,

1) OVERDUE

2)OVERDUE/BLOCKED

3)READY/BLOCKED

4)Scheduled

5) what is the difference between scheduled and ready? when we get this statuses in the SAP?

6) Ready

Thanks,

Kapil

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Jürgen L
Sep 26, 2017 at 11:41 AM
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Overdue means that you are too late with your inventory, as the inventory date (calculated from last inventory + days from CC customizing ) is in the past.

Overdue/blocked is the same reason as above plus that you stock has open TOs

Scheduled means it is all in order, no stock blocked, no inventory date in the past.

scheduled/blocked means that you are right with the date but you have open TOs.

I don't have "ready" in the text symbols of report RLINV060

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Former Member Sep 28, 2017 at 02:29 PM
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Hello All,

Does the blocking reason is only for the open TO's or is it for all the open doc like TRs, POs, PRs, production orders.

Does the scheduled stay shows only for today's date then as it is present day.

Still i need know, if you can answer what is the difference between scheduled and ready? when we get this statuses in the SAP? in LICC program RLINV060, we see the READY/BLOCKED but i know the blocked reasons which will be mentioning as well as asked above.

ideally still i need know the what is the difference between scheduled and ready status and logic that is coming from LICC sap std tcode.

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As I replied yesterday I do not have "Ready" , if you do then you should find it in the text symbols to program RLINV060 which you can directly access from SE38.

Once you found the text symbol remember its number and go into the source code of the program and search for this number and you should then see the logic that is checked before this text is written.

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