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Reserve the stock

Hi Gurus,

When i save the order , say for example 100 boxes of ABCD with Batch 1000000345 , this 100 boxes need to be reserved for that particular order and system should not allow that quantity to be delivered to other customer. How to do that?

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Muneeswar

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    Posted on Apr 12, 2008 at 04:01 PM

    Hi

    This normally happens in the standard SAP, if the TOR is activated at requirement class and also at Schedule line level. After saving the order the stock will be assigned to that sales order(not to the customer) and you can check the same in the Requirements List using Tcode MD04.

    Thanks,

    Ravi

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  • Posted on Apr 12, 2008 at 04:36 PM

    Hi muneeshwar

    Once you create a sales order with VA01 and enter a material with 100boxes then that material has to be allocated to that customer (sold to party) .

    so for that you need to configure TOR & Availability check in

    IMG->sales and distribution ->basic functions-> availabilitycheck

    If your material has to work for an availability check maintain in MMR the following :

    Availability check - 02 ( sales /general plant view)

    MRP type - PD

    If any stock is falling shortage of the requested quantity by the customer then that order will become a backorder.

    Regards

    Srinath

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    Posted on Apr 13, 2008 at 10:21 AM

    Hi Gurus..

    Thanks srinath.. for the fast reply..

    but..

    If i create a blocking reason and assigh it to the order for which i want to reserve the stock .. then the system will block this order from not allowing to go for delivery... instead of other orders not getting this stock...

    but my requirement is that the stock raised for one order must not be utilised by other orders in the the delivery/pgi. ( Explained in my previous message ).

    Thanks & Regards,

    Muneeshwar

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    Posted on Apr 13, 2008 at 08:03 AM

    Hi Gurus,

    Ravi & Srinath thanks..

    I have done the settings as you mentioned ,but

    Stock Over view ( MMBE) :Total 150 boxes of product A in st.loc fg01 .

    I raised order , say N0. 1076 with quantity 100 Boxes

    I raised order , say N0.1077 with quantity 50 boxes

    Availability check was performed and system has confirmed the quantities as above for both the orders

    Now i have gone to delivery and raised delivery for order N0. 1077 ( OR.N0.1076 --- 100 Boxes is still open).

    but in the delivery i changed the quantity to 80 boxes instead of 50 as raised in the order N0. 1077 , but system is allowing to do PGI for order N0. 1077 with 80 boxes. ( This means order N0.1076 which contains 100 boxes is having deficit now).

    Can i controll this that if i raise the oder with certain quantity and a particular batch then the system should not allow this quantity to be used by other order in the delivery/PGI irrespective of the customer .

    Thanks & Regards,

    Muneeshwar

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    • Hi muneshwar

      As you want to block the stock for that customer , in the configuration of TOR & availability check , there is a step to configure where you can block the orders but that step is available while configuring the availability check . (. IMG ->sales and distribution ->basic functions-> avialability check->define blocking reasons , I think this is the place where you configure the blocking reasons as i am not in front of system i am unable to tell the exact navigation and t.code)but i think this should be the exact navigation in IMG if i am not wrong.

      so when you create a order tht stock will be blocked for that customer only and if you want to change that ATP quantity to another customer then you can go for backorder processing (V_RA) there you change the confirmed qty of that order

      Let me know the status

      Reward if useful

      Regards

      Srinath

      Edited by: sri nath on Apr 13, 2008 2:00 PM

      Edited by: sri nath on Apr 13, 2008 2:05 PM

      Edited by: sri nath on Apr 13, 2008 2:06 PM

  • Posted on Apr 14, 2008 at 09:39 AM

    Hi

    If you can try to repeat the process, please keep these points in mind while doing,

    1. Activate the Availability check and TOR at Schedule lines.

    2. Before creating the first order, please check the ATP stock using Tcode CO09.

    3. Create the first order, save it and then check the ATP stock(now it should be less by that order quantity, if not, please post the result in the reply)

    4. You can also check the MD04 for viewing the requirements list.

    5. Create the second order, save it and now look for the ATP stock.

    6. Check the MD04 - requirements list.

    7. Now Create the delivery as you are trying.

    Thanks,

    Ravi

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