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'Schedule Lines' issue

Hi,

I am ordering a item with 4 quantity and want it to be delivered on 4 different dates.

When I enter the quantity and delivery date in the Schedule lines view while creating a PO, the fields simply disappears.

We are in SRM 5.0. Anyone faced this problem before?

Any known notes?

Regards,

Ramesh-

Edited by: Ramesh Vadamalayan on Sep 18, 2008 11:56 AM

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    Former Member
    Sep 26, 2008 at 08:25 AM

    Hi,

    If you have implemented BADI BBP_DOC_CHANGE_BADI check that you have populated exporting ET_SDLN with IT_SDLN.

    This fixed my problem - answered for me by helpful forum member Prasanna Rangaraju.

    - hope it works for you.

    Martin

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    Former Member
    Sep 19, 2008 at 07:05 AM

    AFAIK

    scheduling agreement concept is not in SRM

    pl ellaborate yr process

    BR

    Dinesh

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    • Former Member

      It not Scheduling Agreement.

      Its about the 'Schedule Lines' link in the item details view in a PO.

      Regards,

      Ramesh

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    Former Member
    Sep 25, 2008 at 02:24 PM

    hi,

    Has anyone answered this as I am getting exactly the same issue on SRM 5.0, i.e. once I enter a quantity and date, in the purchase order item detail 'schedules lines' page, and hit enter it refreshes to blank again.

    I have debugged (a lot!!!!) and it just clears the memory (gt_sdln table) and then when it tries to call to get the purchase order details back into memory (function BBP_PD_PO_GETDETAIL, which then calls BBP_PDSDLN_MULTI_GETDETAIL to get the schedule lines) it fails to find the entered schedule line.

    Any help appreciated.

    Thanks

    Martin

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