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Schdule Lines

Hello Experts,

I have problem with ATP and Schedule lines , when I create sales order for material X with qty 100 , but I have only stock of 50 then I am only getting the one schedule line with Ordered qty 100 Rounded qty 100 Confirmed qty is 50, but it is not creating another schedule line for unconfirmed qty 50.

But when I create some purchase order for this material x then it is giving the second line with the qty available in PO, if I create PO for 10 qty then in my sales order I will have one more schedule line with 10 qty confirmed, for the rest of unconfirmed qty I don’t have the schedule line, where as the normal procurement time is 6 weeks.

So I think I should have one more line for unconfirmed wit date of from today to six weeks.

Can any one help why it is not populating this schedule line???

Thanks in advance


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    Posted on Apr 02, 2008 at 09:29 AM

    Check the availability check configuration and requirement type configuration and also see whether for that material you have activated availablity check in material master and Schedule line category and also see whether requirement is generated in MD04.



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