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Availability check against product allocation

Hi gurus,

I'm trying to figure out how depict in a diagram the process of availability check against product allocation.

The process includes the sales order creation in R/3, the availability check in APO (SCM 5.0) , returnig the delivery date.

We are also planning a backorder process

I think the diagram is very simple ... just 1 box for the sales order creation, one box for the availability check and 1 exit to the back order processing.

Any help will bee appreciated

-Italo

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 10:04 AM

    Unfortunately there is not a tool to make diagrams in here or do we have..

    To depict ATP check against Product Allocations, we can have two big blocks representing R/3 and APO.

    Then in each block we can have smaller blocks to represent

    a sales order creation(in R3 block) and Product Allocations in Planning area (in SCM block).

    You can depict ATP call by making an arrow from sales order block to product allocation block. Then to add further details you

    can have a time series(bar graph) showing product allocations for time buckets( say months) getting offset by incoming orders in a separate diagram.

    to represent BOP, a block for SD ( in R3 block) and a block for BOP (in APO) and a link between them to trigger BOP process. A line from BOP back to R3 block connecting a smaller blocks "process event" and then connecting to "update".

    This update block should be linked to another smaller block in APO named as "update time series". then this update time series can lead to "delete temporary quantity assignments" block( in APO).

    Hope this helps..

    Mohan Chunchu

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 08:00 PM

    Thanks

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