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scheduling agreement type

As for Norpurcahse Sch Agreement type is LPA, What is the Sch Agreement type can be used for Sub Contractor Sch agreement ?? and what is sch Agreement LPC used FOr ???

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Noel

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 06:28 AM

    Hi,

    You use item category L for sub contractor in scheduling agreement.As i know i dont think u have LPC agreement type.

    Types are

    LP

    LPA

    LU

    thanks

    suresh

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 06:30 AM

    Hi Noel

    Scheduling agreement comes with 2 types of Delivery schedule line namely LP and LPA.

    A Scheduling agreement with LP will have only Delivery schedule, which states a more generalised delivery requirement.

    A Scheduling Agreement with LPA will have JIT or Forecast schedule lines which states if JIT a more precise requirement of deliveries.

    Hope this adds to your knowledge.

    anand

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 06:31 AM

    Hello

    I think SAP standred only 3 doc typ aare there for scheduling

    LP Scheduling Agg with out release

    LPA Sche aggre with release

    LU Sche Agre for transfer

    there is no standred doc type as u said LPC i think u have constmized coping the standred one

    reward if usefull

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