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link between Delivery schedule line counter from PO and the material docume

Dear Gurus,

I have one PO with single line item having delivery schedule -


Material 1 -


delivery schedule 01.01.2009 2000

01.03.2009 5000

I have received quantity against this Po

I want to know where I can find the link between Delivery schedule line counter from PO and the material document

Best regards

Sar

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2009 at 07:08 PM

    There is no link from the MAterial document line item (Table Mseg) to the PO Schedule Line (EKET).

    If this is for Evaluating an on time delivery or GR, you may consider the following approach.

    PO details Po Date QTY

    Sch1 01Jun2009 200

    SCH2 08Jun2009 100

    GR Details

    GR1 01Jun2009 180

    GR2 07Jun2009 110

    GR3 09Jun2009 10

    Calculate a cum total qty for the PO Line.

    PO details Po Date CUMUL QTY

    Sch1 01Jun2009 200

    SCH2 08Jun2009 300

    Calculate a cum total qty for the ontime GR.

    PO details Po Date CUMUL PO QTY CUMUL GR on time

    Sch1 01Jun2009 200 180

    SCH2 08Jun2009 300 290 (180+110) the 3rd GR was too late

    Evaluate the PO SChedule Lines as follows:

    Po SCL qty + CUMUL GR QTY - CUMUL PO QTY = ADJ GR ON Time Qty

    SCH1 01Jun2009

    200 + 180 - 200 = 180 on time for 01Jun2009 date ( 90% fill rate)

    SCH2 08Jun2009

    100 + 290 - 300 = 90 on time for 08Jun2009 date (90 % fill rate) the first 20 of the GR on 07Jun2009 went to fill the late, early date.

    Best of luck !

    SCH2 100 +290 - 300 = 90 on time for 07Jun2009 date

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    Posted on Oct 02, 2009 at 07:20 AM

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