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Hi ALL,

Hi, we are using STO to transport our Finished materials from one plant to another. Itu2019s a two stage material transfer. Now process is mapped in the following way- MD01 >ME27 >VL10B -->.... .

Now here my user wants when I create the STO system picks some delivery date ( i wanted to know from where do the system takes this Delivery date. Where do maintain the delivery dates , whats as the priority for the same.

As per my clients requirement when i create the STO the delivery date that appeared in the STO must be the date of PO creation.

Regards,

Deepika

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 11:37 PM

    Hi

    For any PO, delivery dates will be calculated based upon the the time it takes to deliver the goods

    how much time you need to give to vendor to send the goods

    +

    transit time from that particular vendor

    +

    time taken to process the GR after it is received in the Storage Location (GR Processing Time)

    After calculating these you need to come to conclusion.

    Post points if this is helpfull.

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 04:51 AM

    Hello,

    In material master MRP2 view, if GR processing time and planned delivery time are given, then system will consider those days for calculation of delivery date. Remove GR processing time and planned delivery time so that delivery date matches with current date.

    Nikhil

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 08:13 AM

    from the deliver date in the PO item

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