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Help On Schdule Lines

Hello Experts,

I have problem in detrming the right schdule lines, that is i have order for 100 stock , but i have only 50 , so i need to have 2 schedule lines one with confirmed qty other one with not confirmed qty. But i am only getting one schedule line with confirmed and ordered qty and rounded qty?

These are the some of My Material and Customer setting... Please do let me know how I can solve this problem ??

MRP 1

MRP Type PD MRP needed

Procurement Type F (External)

GP Processing Time 1

Plnd Delivery Time 30 Days

MRP 2

Availability Check 02 (This is with out RLT in to consideration)

Tot Repl Lead Time 0

Customer Master

Partial Delivers are allowed in customer master

Pick Pack Time for the shipping Point is 0

Thanks in advance for your help

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    Posted on Mar 28, 2008 at 02:22 PM

    As you said you already have a qty of 50 existing, hence there is requirement for only 50 more, therefore you can see just one schedule line quantity.

    Amit

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Mar 28, 2008 at 09:24 PM

    in oyur customer master for partial delivery per item should have C

    adn Complete delivery defined for each sales order should be checked

    you should not post the same query

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