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Regarding a TO in INbound delivery

Hi Gurus,

I am creating an Inbound deliveries for all the Po's created and whenever I receive the goods I am doing the goods receipt using the Inbound delivery.

My issue is whenever I am Posting the GOods receipt, the system is creating a Transfer order (which is a client requirement). Is there any way to see what is the TO created for that Inbound delivery. I can certainly use the Tcodes LT24 to find the open TO's but I am lloking for a direct linkage from Inbound delivery to transfer order.

Any help will be appreciated.

Regards

Shane

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 08:02 PM

    Check in the table LIPS, you will see the TO number here.

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      Hi Charlie,

      Thank you for your response. For an Inbound delivery I can locate the transfer orders created using tcode lt24 by giving the material number, But my concern is if there are like hundreds of TO created for that material I have to figure out which one is related to this inboound delivery

      So I want to know is there any way to go to Transfer order from Inbound delivery screen itself. For example in outbound delivery If you select a document flow tab, it shows the TO created for that order

      But thank you for your thoughts

      Shane

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 02:36 AM

    Hi Shane,

    Did you checked the document flow for the inbound delivery...It should show the TO which is created...

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