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Delivery date calculation.

Dear all.

Suppose i created a PO today ie 12.10.2010 and my planned delivery time is 5 days.Then ideally my delivery date should be 12+5 =17.10.2010

Just wanted to know , anywhere in SAP whether it has mentioned that the deliverydate it calulates like this ie count starts from the next day 13 th or count starts from 12 th itself and take the next day to the count end date as the delivery date.

Please let me know your thoughts

Regards

Shyam

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 11:36 AM

    Hi,

    Delivery date is not only depend upon the planned delivery time. It is also depend upon the GR processing time and order processing time.

    Delivery date = planned delivery time (Vendor master record) + GR processing time (Material master - Purchase view) + order processing time ( PR to PO conversion time - Mentioned in the custamization).

    Ex: planned delivery time = 5

    GR processing time = 2

    Order processing time = 3

    If user has created PR on October 1st, then delivery date on the PO is October 1st + 10 dyas. So, delivery date is October 11th.

    So, count starts from immediate next day from the PR creation date.

    So, in your case PR is created on 12th date. So, count will starts from 13th on wards

    Regards

    KRK

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    • Dear Ravi.

      Thanks for the reply,

      I understand that the count starts from he very next date.But my exact question is whether in SAP, any where it is mentioned (in writing , like our F1 HELP) that the calcualtion happens like this ?

      I mean is there any documentation proving this in SAP?

      Many thanks

      Shyam

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