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knowing the document type of my delivery...

Hi guys,

I have an outbound delivery number from PO(STO), I need to know the document type... how am I going to do it? Or where can I find it?

Thanks a lot!

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2008 at 05:53 AM

    In LIPS you can see the STO number

    LIPS-VGBEL <---- STO

    LIPS-VGPOS <-----STO item

    FOr Delivery Document type LIKP-LFART "LF

    For STO(PO) type EKKO-BSART

    which one you are looking for.

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    • if your Delivery Created from Sales Order then You will see that also

      in LIPS-VGBEL <-- Sales Order

      LIPS-VGPOS <--- Sales Item

      Now for any information you can go to VBAK,VBAP table to know the sales info.

      if Delivery created from STO

      in LIPS-VGBEL <-- STO Order

      LIPS-VGPOS <--- STO Item

      Now for any information you can go to EKKO,EKPO table to know the PO info.

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2008 at 06:51 AM

    Hi,

    The STO delivery document is of type NL. Go to the view "wb2_v_likp_lips2" and specify LFART as 'NL'. Based on that you will get some deliveries and for them check the fields VGBEL_I and VGPOS_I. These will be STO Purchase order and PO Item. Once you get the values from these fields bounce them against the Table EKKO for KNUMV (Condition number) and based on the value of KNUMV fetch the costs accrued to the delivery (look for the field KWERT) from table KONV. For this you have to know the condition type KSCHL and KNUMV.

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