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Availability Check against Vendor Validity Period

Hi All,

My present Scenario: Product catalog in the webshop contains products from different categories, most of them are procured internally. But only one catagory of products are provided by Vendors. It can be possible that one product can be supplied by multiple vendors. Here the Vendors should be able provide the validity periods for supplying a particular product (assuming Source list). My requirement is, when these products are entered in Webshop order, ATP should provide the Available quantities with respect to selected vendor and material.Is this possible? If possible, how can I achieve?. Kindly help me.

Regards,

S Reddy

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2008 at 05:11 PM

    Is this a Web shop with CRM scenario or Web shop with R/3 (ERP) scenario?

    Easwar Ram

    http://www.parxlns.com

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      Hello SR,

      Since the master data for vendors is in R/3 and you require dynamic checking of certain products for the suppliers in the product catalog, it will be better if you keep the data in CRM in custom tables and use middleware to do initial and delta replications. This way, it will be relatively less complex and faster to implement any solution.

      Your requirement demands all custom enhancements and many items are beyond the scope of discussing in a forum like this. It is more than a consulting help question now. If you do the design and need any specific technical help as to the Actions and methods that might help in your case, I can help you. But, helping in the design, is a consulting help and you must engage good consultants.

      Happy Holidays.

      Easwar Ram

      http://www.parxlns.com

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