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Back Order Processing

Dear Gurus,

I am asked to configure a new document type for back order processing. The forum has been very useful in understanding the back ordering process. But, I could not find the relationship between Sales document type and the back order processing. Could you please tell me what configuration changes have to be done at the sales document type level?

Many Thanks

Kumar

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 02:54 PM

    Hi,

    Back order checking rule should be assigned to the plant you are using in the below path :

    Spro-- -> Sales and Distribution >Basic Functions >Availability Check and Transfer of Requirements >Availability Check >Availability Check with ATP Logic or Against Planning >Checking Rule For Updating Backorders.

    And this based on when run using CO06 it is based on the material, plant, MRP area and checking rule.

    With this can re assign the confirmed qty of one order to other high priority order if material is not avaialble.

    Regards

    vK

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    • Hi Kumar

      The basic configuration that we have to maintain is that we have to activate the availability check at schedule line level. and in MMR also

      But when the stock is not available then those orders will become backorders. For This there is no configuration we need to do .

      Regards

      Srinath

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 02:51 PM

    Hi,

    Refer this thread

    SAP ERP SD Sales

    It could solve your problem.

    Thanks,

    Swamy H P

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