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Replinishment Delivery

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How to create Replinishment Delivery.

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Guruveer

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 03:32 PM
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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 04:44 PM

    Hi,

    Replenishment delivery, I hope, you are asking for STO. That depends on configuration setup in "Setup stock transport order" in MM. Each supply receiving plant combination for a PO document type is assigned to a delivery type; in standard SAP it is NL for Intracompany and NLCC for InterCompany transfer. It just depends on what is assigned in config.

    Once you have this assignment, using VL10B, or VL10D you can process delivery for a STO which is due.

    You will enter shipping point, and delivery creation due date . You may restrict PO#s in Purchase Orders tabl in the selection screen for the above two transactions.

    Execute. In the output screen, click Background button to create dn in the back ground.

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  • Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 08:27 AM

    Dear Guruveer

    In the shipping department of the supplying plant, you can create replenishment deliveries from stock transfer orders using the delivery due list and process them in the same way as normal deliveries.

    1) From shipping, choose Outbound Delivery --> Create --> Collective Processing of Documents Due for Delivery --> Purchase Orders (or Purchase Order Items).

    2) Define and construct the worklist by using the selection options.

    The system then lists the documents that meet your selection criteria.

    From this list, you can then create the appropriate deliveries and process them as usual. Goods issue posting for the deliveries concludes processing in the supplying plant.

    <b>Purchase Order History</b>

    A purchase order (PO) history record is automatically created in <b>Purchasing</b> for the replenishment deliveries and the goods issue posting. This record can be displayed for each item in the stock transfer order from which the delivery was created. Select the required item in the stock transfer order of the item overview, and then choose Item --> Statistics --> PO history.

    <b>Document flow</b>

    In the document flow of the delivery created from the stock transfer order, the resulting transfer to the stock in transit is recorded in the material document after goods issue posting.

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    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 08:34 AM

    you should have a STO PO present for replinshment delivery to be created. You can always use the existing STO in T code :VL10h or VL10i and create a delivery for order related or item related delivery resp.

    Usual scenario is you have a plant with stock in india and your customer is in US and a sales order has been created with respect to your plant in US. Here a intercompany invoice is auto generated.

    Hope this is helpful

    Thanks

    Award points if helpful.

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 10:23 AM

    Hi,

    Replinishment delivery is the type of delivery used against PO/STO.

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