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How to create batch job to create deliveries in Background.

Can we create deliveries on Material Availability Date or GI date.

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2008 at 09:08 AM

    Dear SAP consultant,

    Try with VL10BATCH - Plan Background Processing

    We can create deliveries on the material conformed date(availability date) in the sales orders schecdulelines.

    I hope this will help you,



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    • Hi,

      Can you please explain a bit.

      I have used VL10batch-

      before this, i would like to share my req-

      " I have created scheduling agreement with pre-defined sch.dates for which qtty is not confirmed. Based on this sch.dates production will take place & stock will get updated accordingly"

      Now, before creating delivery, qtty should be confirmed in sch.agreement on that sch date in sch lines.

      For this, regular process is to goto Co06-backorder processing, confirm the qtty & save the doc.

      Now user can able to create delivery-By Using VL01n ( by entering MAD in selection date field).


      my req, is system has to generate deliveries on MAD ( daily/weekly as per rule) without going to Co06 & confirm the qtty.

      is there any way, system confirms the qtty of open sch.lines/sch.agreements for which stock is available?

      your inputs will be highly helpful

      Edited by: SAP Consultant- on Dec 12, 2008 5:23 PM

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