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Schedule lines not created

Dear Experts,

Actually I am creating a return order (VA01) with reference to billing doc. It is copying the item details, but for those lines, schedule lines are not created. If I enter any of the item manually in the same order it is creating schedule line. But for the copied line items, it is not creating the schedule lines. is there anything am I missing in the config part?

Regards,

Yasin.

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  • Posted on Jul 07, 2010 at 10:00 AM

    First check your I Cat(REN is std) in the return order type (VOV7 & VOV4 for determination).

    Then check sch line cat determine to your I Cat (VOV5), std sch line cat for return is DN.

    For process refer:

    [Return Sales Order Cycle|http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/pages/viewpage.action?spaceKey=ERPLO&title=ReturnSalesOrder+Cycle&decorator=printable]

    Thanks & Regards

    JP

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  • Posted on Jul 07, 2010 at 10:40 AM

    Hiii

    You have to create schedule line type in your copy control form billing to return order Transaction code VTAF

    In change mode double click in the schedule line and make new entry....due to that only schedule line is not copying to your return order.

    Please note while making entry in schedule line detail screen please make Data transfer routine as 201

    Hope it will solve the problem.

    Regards

    Shambhu Sarkar

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    • For proposing a schedule line cat in your sales doc item, determine your schedule line cat by using tcode VOV5.

      Say,

      Item category - REN

      MRP Type - (blank)

      PropSchdLneCat. - DN

      See, Std schedule line for return is DN.

      As per standard (check by using Tcode VTAA), the RE-Returns(sales order) is created with reference to OR-Standard Order(Sales order), where no sch line copying control is maintained.

      Thanks & Regards

      JP

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