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Change checking horizon in runtime during ATP check


Trying to add some days to checking horizon in runtime during availability check. Any BADI or user exit, please?



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  • Posted on Jan 20, 2011 at 10:20 PM

    Hello Singha,

    Yes. This can be achieved with little development in the core ATP check function module using any of the implicit enhancements.

    The function module that you need to look is /SAPAPO/DM_ATP2_CHECK. In the above FM; there is a subroutine called "atp_check" within which there is another subroutine "set_check_parameters" where the checking horizon calculation is being happened.

    Please debug and you can easily put an implicit enhancement to change the value at the end of the method

    CALL METHOD /sapapo/cl_locationproduct_atp=>pegid_get_end_chk_hor


    iv_pegid = is_chkreq-pegid


    ev_hortms = es_chkpar-end_of_rlt


    internal_error = 1

    OTHERS = 2.

    Let me know if you need any help


    Babu Kilari

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  • Posted on Jan 03, 2011 at 12:09 PM

    Dear Bijit,

    checking horizon can be changed in material master in APO. Afterwards it should be considered while next atp check.



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      Hi Bijit

      If you use Checking Horizon from Product Master, it would be a static entry. To make it dynamic i.e. change it during every ATP Check, you may prefer to use one of the CIF user exits. This would require development as standard SAP does not support this requirement.



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