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Why do Scheduling Agreements create multiple deliveries?

Hello SAP Experts,

We are on 4.7c. Our scheduling agreements automatically create deliveries; and I was wondering why instead of putting the scheduled lines onto one delivery, it automatically creates multiple deliveries for the scheduling agreements.

Could someone please explain this to me? Thank you for your time.

Best Regards,

WC

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  • Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 05:28 PM

    Go to SPRO -MM> consumption based planning>Evaluation >period total>Define period display of period total --> for your plant please check whether it is Day/Week/Month .

    Based on this scheduling agreement schedules lines will be populated .In the Source list you have maintain MRP

    G.Ganesh Kumar

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 07:44 PM

    Hello,

    Thank you for response. I checked the settings and they are correct.

    In addition, I checked to make sure the Scheduling Agreement Header Details had the "Order Combination" box checked, which will allow multiple scheduling agreements to be combined in one delivery.

    Our scheduling agreement runs on the weekends where it automatically creates the deliveries for them.

    My question is why do the scheduling agreements with the "Order Combination" box checked do not always put the scheduling agreements into one delivery. but separates them, when they are in the same automated run.

    For example:

    Scheduling Agreement 0001 through 0045 will be created on Delivery 100001, but Scheduling Agreements 0046 though 0048 will be created on Delivery 100002...and they both have the order combination selected.

    Why is Scheduling Agreements 0046 through 0048, not automatically creating on Delivery 100001 as the other scheduling agreements?

    Thank you for your time!

    Best regards,

    WC

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