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ATP check - date proposal but no quantity confirmation

Hi Experts,

Could You tell me how to achieve such business scenario?

Letu2019s say there are no stocks for material. In material master data there is u201CIn-house productionu201D = 14 days.

I would like to display on sales order schedule line that material will be available in future, but system shouldnu2019t confirm quantity (Quantity will be confirmed later on when after 2 weeks material will be available on stock). Right now quantity are confirmed!

Could you give me some suggestions about it?

Best regards,,


Edited by: Maciej Kromolicki on Aug 12, 2010 1:16 PM

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  • Posted on Aug 12, 2010 at 12:18 PM

    In tcode VOV6 for your sch line cat activate the availability check with relevant requirement type in Material master.

    Or simply, maintain Lead time in days with values as 14 days under request delv date section in your sales doc type (tcode VOV8)

    Thanks & Regards


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    • Then check whether you can use user exit EXIT_SAPLATPC_002 in include LXATPU02. Here you may try to set the quantity to 0. This looks a bit complex logic as once goods is in plant, this exit should confirm quantity.

      By the way, will the user re-run the AC manually once the quantity is available in the plant? I am not sure why the business process looks this solution, but in my opinion, the quantity and date needs to be confirmed as proposed in the previous solution.

      If the quantity is not reaching before the proposed delivery date, then it is issue with the business process which needs to be re-engineered/corrected.


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    Posted on Apr 15, 2011 at 07:00 AM

    Thank you. Subject closed.

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