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Planned good issue date

Oct 25, 2017 at 04:44 PM

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hello.

I am working on an on time shipment and as we have no intégrations with our transporters we want to compare the actual good issue date to the scheduled good issue date.

I wanted to know if the scheduled good issue date is the date available in the field vbep-wadat?

Thanks

Ben

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Jelena Perfiljeva
Oct 25, 2017 at 07:10 PM
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LIKP-WADAT would be a better choice IMHO for reporting purposes. You'd have hard time tying the deliveries back to specific schedule lines otherwise.

Test in your system first to make sure the actual values are as expected.

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We usually have one delivery schedule per line.. in the event the item is not in stock the mrp calculates the material availability date and do a second schedule line with the confirmed qty.. so we have a one to one relationship ( i am excluding confirmed qty = 0 ) . We do not process mutiple schedule lines. In some vety rare case the schedule line will be split into two deliveries.. but rarely happens.

The reason why i want to use vbep is that we want to know all sales orders.. not only the one having a outbound delivery created

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The reason why i want to use vbep is that we want to know all sales orders.. not only the one having a outbound delivery created

Sorry, you lost me here. I thought the question was to compare planned vs. actual goods issue date. If you don't have an outbound delivery then how would you get the actual GI date?

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