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sales order:delivary schedules

Dear All ,

I have enter sales ordr ABC on today's date for qty 40 .

But this sales order i need to deliver in part Qty on date 16.01.2010, 23.01.2010 : Qty 20 each

1) whether we have to enter two line items for the same material .

Or with one line Item the same will be possible ?

2) Also when i am checking material avalibility the System is confirming all qty today only , when thr is no stock available .

Pl guide

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    Jan 07, 2010 at 05:47 AM

    > I have enter sales ordr ABC on today's date for qty 40 .

    > But this sales order i need to deliver in part Qty on date 16.01.2010, 23.01.2010 : Qty 20 each

    > 1) whether we have to enter two line items for the same material .

    > Or with one line Item the same will be possible ?

    Hi,

    For this you need not maintain two line items.With one line item also it is possible.

    Select your line item and click on Schedule lines for item icon or follow the path as "Goto>Item>Schedule lines".

    Maintain the schedule line here for 20 and 20 quantity with different dates.

    Regards,

    Krishna.

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    Jan 07, 2010 at 05:58 AM

    Hello Venky Shree,

    As Krishna has said to maintain 2 schedule lines, i think it should meet your requirements.

    For point 2, you will have to look at the settings in your availability check area , may be if you can tell me about your reqt, i can give more inputs...

    Regards

    Arya

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    Jan 07, 2010 at 05:59 AM

    Hi,

    In sales order,

    Go to item data >>> Schedule line >>> Here you can speciefy your two dates and respective quantity.

    Kapil

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