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batch processing of orders.

Hi All,

Please can anyone explain how batch processing is done for orders as back ground job? Please give me the T-code where this is done.

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    Jul 17, 2008 at 07:09 PM

    Hi,

    Do the following steps:

    Step 1:

    Find the Program name for creating sales order

    Enter into that Transaction, In the menubar - System - Select "Status"- In the next screen you will get the Program name and som other details as well.

    This is applicable to most of the Transactions but not for all..

    You can goto SM93 and input your T. Code and press Display.

    In most of the cases it provides the Program, but not for all.

    Step 2:

    With above said procedure you, collect your Program.

    Then Pl. enter the program in SE38 and Execute, if it is leading you to the Transaction what you wanted then it is the correct program..

    Schedule your jobs with SM36.

    While in the Transaction, select in the Menu: Program - Execute in Background.

    For here yoy can schedule your jobs with specified duration and timing etc.. after every thing is done do Save the job.

    You can verify the job scheduling in SM37.

    Thanks,

    Raja

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Balaram,

      If you feel this is helpful to you then its request close the Thread with giving some appropriate poiints.

      thanks,

      Raja

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    Former Member
    Jul 17, 2008 at 07:09 PM

    Hi Bala

    You should choose batch determination in sales orders when customer requirements take precedence over all other factors (such as stock removal strategies, for example). Use batch determination here, if a customer, for instance, requires a material with certain set specifications.

    Contrary to deliveries, batch splits are not possible for sales orders (as opposed to delivery). Even if you have defined a certain number of batch splits in the batch search strategy, the system overrides this default setting.

    You use batch determination for the sales order to find batches for set specifications. You can also reserve batches, as requirements are transmitted via the sales order in the same way as they are via the quotation.

    in addition, you could go to this link and click (Determining Batches in Sales Orders)

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_470/helpdata/en/25/283c734f7811d18a150000e816ae6e/frameset.htm

    Reward if really help.

    Kalpesh

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