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what is the use of delivery group??

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 03:24 PM

    Hi friend,

    The system uses delivery groups to check the availability of items that should be delivered together. The delivery date of the latest schedule line in the delivery group is taken as the general date for the whole group.

    So in your case if you give a common delivery goup e.g. '01' to both of your line items system will deliver them together on 11-July. As far as my knowledge goes there is no automatic determination of delivery group, we have to enter the delivery group manually in the sales order. In case you find any alternative solution please do let me know.

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    If an item has more than one schedule line with a confirmed quantity, then the system deletes all undelivered schedule lines up to the last one. The system automatically carries over the quantities from the deleted schedule lines into the last one. If necessary, the system changes the delivery date of the last schedule line to that of the delivery group.

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 03:28 PM

    hi,

    You use a delivery group to determine a common delivery date for all the items that it contains. Generally for all the sub items in BOM will be assigned the delivery group and the

    earliest available delivery date of the items will be considered during delivery.

    CHAN

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 03:42 AM

    Hi

    Delivery Group is basically grouping all individual deliveries for Billing. It should have the same Ship to Party, Shipping Point, etc.

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