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agrrements

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i am deva

types of agreemts ? diff b/t agreemtns , ach agreem, contrcts?

what is the purpose of its each of this agreemnts?

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    Dec 06, 2007 at 01:03 PM

    Schedule agreements allow you to have 2 different sets of schedule lines (VBEP-ABART). Standard SAP you should have two sets of tabs - of schedule lines. One Forecast & the other JIT. Forecast forwards the schedule lines to planning (seen in MD04) and JIT passes them to shipping (VL10). They can be identical or different. Typically these are used for component supplier customers (namely Automotive). The customer will provide you 4-10 weekly buckets (usually a

    Monday date) of future forecast qtys. Also send you 1-2 weeks of individual FIRM ship dates - which are entered on the JIT. It comes down to the customer not knowing exactly what they need next week, but they don't want to surprise you with a large order qty, where your lead times are 5+ days. The foretasted qtys they sent last week should account for this.

    To create a scheduling agreement, proceed as follows:

    1. On the initial screen, choose Logistics

    2. Sales and distribution Sales. Choose Outline agreement

    3. Scheduling agreement Create. Enter the scheduling agreement type and, if necessary, the organizational data.

    The values for sales organization, for distribution channel and the division are usually proposed from user-defined parameters. Entries for the sales office and the sales group are optional.

    4. Choose Enter.

    5. Enter the following data:

    – Customer number of the sold-to party

    – Customer purchase order number

    – Material numbers

    – Order quantities for the materials

    6. To enter the delivery dates for an item, select the relevant item in the item overview and choose Goto

    7. Item Schedule lines. Enter the necessary schedule lines.

    http://web.mit.edu/sapr3/windocs/bpors11m.htm

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