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Multiple Delivery from a single Sales Order

Hi,

I want to make multiple delivery(vl01n) from a single sales order(va01) automatically. For exmaple, there are ten line items in a single order - out of which for 4 line items, material type is 'A', for 3 line items it is 'B' and for the rest it is 'C'. My requirement is to generate 3 delivery nos. based on the above 3 material types automatically in one go.

I seek your help. Thanks in advance.

Regds.,

Prasant

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  • Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 08:18 AM

    Through standard settings, this cannot be addressed. Either you have to include this logic in your existing routine in VTLA or go with delivery exit.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 12:26 PM

    Hi,

    System carry out delivery split based on follwoing criteria,

    1) Ship to party

    2) Delivery date

    3) Plant

    4) Shipping point

    5) Shipping conditions

    6) Transportation group

    7) Loading group

    8) Route

    if you have multiple line item with different values for the above mentioned fields then the delivery will be split. Field LIKP- ZUKRL(Combination criteria for delivery) is filled by a requirement in copy-control from order to delivery: Looks like a customer-requirement is used that also fills the item-number (00010, 00020) in this field.

    In your case, if you want to carry out delivery split then please make sure that either you use any of the above mentioend fields or add your field in the copy control routine from order to delivery.

    Hope thie helps,

    Thanks,

    DB

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