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Issue in order, delivery

Hi All,

I have a typical issue...

My client has one sales order...in that 3 different ship-to-party and 3 materials are there. Means one materail will be delivered to one ship-to-party, one material to another and one material to another ship-to-party. But for this one and only one order should be created( not 3 different orders).

And there are 3 different deliveries and invoices for 3 different ship-to-party...sold-to-party is one for ll the above.

How I will solve this issue..

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Ashis

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2008 at 07:09 AM

    Hi Ashis,

    go to sales order item level of first material and select partners tab and the change the ship to party manually.like this do for rest of materials and save. ur problem will be solved.

    when creating delivaries system will do automatic delivery split bcos ship to parties are different. like wise billing can d for individual delivery.

    reward me ir ur problem is solved.

    regards,

    kishore.

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  • Posted on Feb 01, 2008 at 07:12 AM

    Dear Ashis

    You create one sale order in favour of one sold to party (say x1) with three materials (say y1, y2 & y3). At the header, you give any one ship to party.

    Now select "Goto" on top and "Item" followed by "Partner". Here give three different ship to parties for three materials. Based on this, your delivery will also split and do invoice for each delivery.

    Thanks

    G.Lakshmipathi

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