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Where does transaction /SIE/1I_CCQ03 pull data from? (PS1)

I would like to be able to do the following:

"Separate out multiple chapters of a sales order at warehouse level (picking), by changing the consolidated picking list to include the chapter level for each material".

-Is it possible to make a connection between the Picking List in WM, to the Sales Order/ Service Order in IM.

-I would like to know if it is possible to connect the picking list produced in VL06 to the Recommended Spare Parts List? We could then add the "Chapters" of the parts which are displayed in the SIE transaction. This would mean all parts are still within 1 delivery and 1 shipment, but segregated into multiple boxes > Aiding the field service staff.

-I need to know which engineering transaction CCQ03 pulls its data from, as if there is a common link with the Picking List (such as service order, sales order) it could pull the material chapters through

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To give an overview of the transactions used:

-VA02 to create delivery for the warehouse - used by Supply Project Managers to release sales orders through to the warehouse (as delivery + shipment).

-VL06 to release consolidated picking list and transfer order - used by picking staff.

-/SIE/1I_CCQ03 is used to print a "Recommended Spare Parts List" - which is printed and sent with parts, used by Field Service staff at customer site.

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