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Shipping Notification in the MRP List or Stock/Requirements List (LA Confirmation Inbound Delivery)

We have Inbound deliveries which create PO LA Confirmations, which are transferred to MRP.

However, the MRP Element in MD04/MD05 displays the inbound delivery number followed by the PO number

When clicking on the element to display/change, the inbound delivery is opened in VL32/VL33, rather than the PO in ME22n/ME23n.

In the past, in our former company SAP set up, the LA confirmation in MD04 showed the PO and Item detail instead of the inbound del number , and when clicking on the element to display/change - the PO opened in ME22n/ME23n....(instead of the inbound del in VL32/VL33)

Does anyone know how we can change the logic to show the display and open the PO instead of the inbound delivery?

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  • Posted on Feb 20, 2019 at 07:36 PM


    l think the PP community can give you better assistence than us from PUR.

    l recomend you post this such topics there.


    Leonardo de Freitas

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  • Posted on Feb 21, 2019 at 01:22 PM


    You have a Purchasing process where you use confirmation control keys and receive goods via an inbound delivery it appear as shipping notification. When a there is shipping notification, then purchase order should not longer appear on transaction MD04 as per the design.

    The shipping notification (MRP element, ShpgNt) has the same number as the corresponding purchase order.

    The supplying plant display it in the stock/requirements list MD04 or MRP list MD05 in case of a shipping notification.

    There is no specific MRP element in customizing transaction OMD5, therefore it is treated as shipping notification in standard SAP system.

    Workaround would be use BAdI MD_DISPLAY_ELEMENT for changing the display or MRP element.

    Best Regards,


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