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Creation of Order


Can any body explain me how to create an order of category type "Receipt" (Category Type "1") with the following details

1) I am getting the order number

2) I had Product

3) I had Location

4) I had Line Item number

5) I had the Order creation date

After creation of Order I need to see the order in RRP3 Tcode.

Can Any one help me out in creating the order under my category.

Thanks in Advance,


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    Dec 25, 2008 at 07:59 PM


    Easiest to perform this directly in RRP3.

    I will assume that you are linked to ECC or R/3. Remember, then, that when your CIFs are properly set up, your order will receive a new order number once it is finalized. This order number will be generated by the OLTP system. This will happen almost immediately upon saving your orders.

    So, RRP3. Enter Product, Location. Enter. Make sure the 'Elements' tab is displayed so you can follow what you are doing.

    Select 'Change' (pencil). Select 'Create order' icon or press F6.

    Popup will contain product and locn and version already populated. Enter qty to be received in the 'rec/rqmnts qty' field, enter date to be received into the 'avail/rqments date' field. If the material is for special stock (eg, Sales order stock) place the relevant data into the Special Stock field.

    Order number and Item number are irrelevant, SAP will assign these data. Order creation date is irrelevant, SAP will use 'today'. Press enter. The new order will now be displayed in RRp3 with an internal order number attached.. When satisfied, clik the 'Save' icon or press Ctrl-S.

    Wait a few moments. Press refresh on the RRP3 screen. The old internal number will be replaced by the new OLTP-supplied number. Now the order is in both systems and synchronized.



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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Ramana,

      Well, I certainly misunderstood your original question. I had assumed that you were using one of the Standard SAP business scenarios.

      I am a little fuzzy about exactly which business process you are attempting to support. Although you mention VMI, the normal process is when a customer's order is delivered, it does not have to go into an intransit state. For this technology, I would think you would be using Sales scheduling agreements instead of sales orders, and interfacing the customer EDI into your ERP. It does not seem to follow SAP's standard SCM solution for VMI (for this solution, refer to )

      Regardless, it appears you may have adopted a non-standard solution thus far. The answer to your question would therefore better be answered by a technical person, such as an ABAPer, than by a functional person like myself.

      Sorry I can't help you more.