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hi Gurus,

What is the difference between complete delivery and one time delivery.

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  • Posted on Feb 27, 2009 at 12:16 PM

    Complete Delivery

    Customer will place repeated orders and the seller is suppose to execute the order in full and in one lot

    One Time Delivery

    Customer will place an order and you will execute the order. After that they wont place order on you.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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      Hi Laxmipathi,

      Could please elobrate your explanation.

      'After that they wont place order on you', I did not understand wat does this mean.

      We will be thankful, if you can explain further.

      Thanks

      Vishal

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2009 at 12:57 PM

    Hi

    I think this should answer your query -

    Availability Control

    On the Availability Control screen, you can choose between the following delivery proposals:

    One-time delivery on the requested delivery date

    In this section, the system checks whether the requested delivery date can be kept to. If stock of the material is available to make a delivery on the requested delivery date, the stock quantity is confirmed here. If there is no stock available, confirmed quantity zero is displayed.

    To copy this data into the sales document, select Edit -> One-time delivery.

    Complete delivery

    In this section, the system checks whether there will be sufficient stock for complete delivery at a later date:

    If there is sufficient stock available at a later date to cover the required quantity in the sales document, the system proposes the date here.

    If the system determines that complete delivery cannot be made at a later date, no date is proposed in this section.

    When availability is checked including replenishment lead time, the date which is proposed in this section is the date on which the replenishment lead time period ends if the stock before the end of replenishment lead time does not cover the order quantity.

    When availability is checked excluding replenishment lead time, the system bases its calculations on the stock and the planned inward movements of stock.

    To copy this data into the sales document, select Edit ---> Complete delivery

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2009 at 01:07 PM

    Hello,

    These terms comes in Availability control.

    1. One-time delivery on the requested delivery date:

    Here the system checks whether the requested delivery date can be kept to. If stock of the material is available to make a delivery on the requested delivery date, the stock quantity is confirmed here. If there is no stock available, confirmed quantity zero is displayed. The system will not check whether the sufficient stock will be there at a later stage.

    2. Complete delivery

    In this , the system checks whether there will be sufficient stock for complete delivery at a later date. If there is sufficient stock available at a later date to cover the required quantity in the sales document, the system proposes the date here.

    Regards,

    Prase

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