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Static Credit check at Sales Order for confirmed quantity only.

Dear All,

I am facing two problems and would really appreciate if you could give some inputs on it.

If a SO is of 100 tons and the confirmed quantity is 10 tons then the credit check is happening for the value of confirmed quantity only as per the requirement.

1. But after releasing the SO using VKM3 I have to carry availability check again in the sales order as the confirmed quantity is becoming zero. Pls tell me how to control this, the confirmed qty should not change.

2. If I increase the confirmed quantity to more than 10 still the system is allowing me to create the delivery without blocking for credit check again as I had released the SO credit for value of 10 tons goods only .



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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 09:27 AM


    1) T-code OV27- You have not maintained confimation block here.

    2) T-code OVA8- Select the credit settings and double click it.You get Display View "View for maintenance of automatic credit control" .

    Maintain the deviation in "released documents still unchecked" section.



    Edited by: Vrajesh Nayak on Jul 24, 2008 5:28 AM

    Edited by: Vrajesh Nayak on Jul 24, 2008 5:35 AM

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      The confirmed quantity is still becoming zero once I save the sales order which has exceeded the credit limit.

      I have also checked the link between credit check and ATP check.u go to IMG >sales and distribution >basic functions >availability check and transfer of requirements >Transfer of requirements-->block quantity confirmation in delivery on it.Deliveries blocking criteria option will be there. i have unclicked on it.

      Still the confirmed quantity is becoming 0 after saving the credit checked SO document.

      Pls. guide.

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