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BOM explosion in Delivery

Hi,

We are using single level BOM processing at sub item level. The BOM is exploded in the sales order properly with item category TAP for main item and TAN for subitems. there is enough stock of both main as well as subitems. While creating delivery LF, only subiems are copied with item cat. TAN. Both TAP and TAN are relevant for delivery. our client requires main item to be displayed in the delivery as well as in F2 invoice.

Pl tell why main item is not copied in the Delivery.

Regards,

Yuvaraj

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 06:31 AM

    Yuvaraj Verify that The Copying Control from Order - Delivery are accurate and in item view of Order - Delivery Copying Controls both TAP and TAN are there

    Secondly check that in Delivery Item Category Assignemt check that the Assignement is being made with Delivery type , Item Category and higher level item catgory and default item should be sub item

    I hope this solves ur problem

    Regards,

    Faisal

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 12:39 PM

    Hi Yuvaraj,

    chk it in VTLA -- go to item level of TAP and chk Order requirements --> change the same into 101. and u try.

    Regards,

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    • Hi Narayana,

      the order req for TAP at item level of VTLA is 101. also in VOV7, TAP is not relevant for delivery still problem exist. I am confused why this happening because as per my knowledge it is monitored by item cat. & copy control only, is there any other to control the BOM Explosion ? it is expoding in order well manner.

      Regards,

      Yuvaraj.

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