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Tracking the changes in Scheduling agreement delivery schedule

With Scheduling agreements, when goods receipt is done at receiving, system will validate against the Scheduled qty and delivery dates. If there is excess qty received, they need to either change the qty or the date to receive the same.

Now current process at one customer is the vendor evaluation is done based on his ability to send exact required qty on precise date. So if the required qty is shipped / received on the scheduled date, vendor gets 1 point, if not vendor gets zero points. So both qty & date have to be correct for vendor to get 1 point, if either is wrong he gets a zero point.

Now in our SA scenario, we are saying that in case goods are received in excess or if goods are received a day earlier, in order to perform the goods receipt, change the qty/date in SA. If this qty/date is changed to receive the goods, how can we later go into system and see whether supplier shipped as per expected qty & date?

My understanding is we can keep track of date change, by using Statistical date in delivery schedule, but how can we keep track of qty change ?

Thanks

Dinesh

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 11:36 AM

    Hi dinesh

    I dont know exactly this helps you or not but pl try this to track the changes of your SA.

    1.Go in ME2m.

    2.Enter material,plant,po.

    3.In scope of list enter "RAHM"

    4.Then press "Choose" tab

    5.Only select SA.

    6.Execute.

    7.Select SA and press"changes":

    I think this will show you all changes made for your SA.

    regards

    ravi

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