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Move fields from VBEP to LIPS during delivery creation


Would greatly appreciate if this query is replied ASAP.

I am using the Scheduling Agreement and the JIT Delivery Schedule lines result into a Delivery.

We have a need to create some additional fields which we have appended in VBEP and LIPS. But we are not able to transfer the data of this fields in relation to the schedule lines.

We are trying to populate these fields in USEREXIT_MOVE_FIELD_TO_LIPS in MV50AFZ1. Unfortunately, we do not find any relationship which can relate the schedule line data between


SAP does not have a standard way of taking care of this issue.

Could any of you please suggest a workaround for this situation which could lead to the transfer of data from VBEP to LIPS.




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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 03:27 AM

    Hi Milan

    How about using copy control requirement and handle the same.

    As per your current approach, try relating as below


    Kind Regards


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      I will get multiple Schedule lines from XVBEP for the same LIPS-VGBEL and LIPS-VGPOS.

      If I have 3 schedule lines with different Z-field data for the same Item (in VBEP), I will have a delivery note with 3 item numbers in LIPS. But for all these delivery items, LIPS-VGBEL and LIPS-VGPOS will contain the same VBELN and POSNR from VBEP. Thus I am unable to associate the appropriate schedule line from VBEP with the delivery item in LIPS.

      Please let me know if there's any additional key fields or any user exit / code where SAP is taking a decision on how to create a delivery item for each schedule line of VBEP. I am even open to SAP code modification if we don't have an appropriate userexit.

  • Posted on Jan 22, 2008 at 08:37 AM

    Hi Experts,

    Any pointers would be very helpful.


    Best regards,


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