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delivery date in inbound delivery

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WE have the following scenario

WE create a inter-company STO. Outbound delivery is created against STO and then we do PGI.

Suppose planned delivery dt of OBD is 10-jan-2011 and actual PGI is done on 18-jan-2011.

After PGI we create inbuound delivery in receiving plant. In inbound delivery, we are getting delivery date as planned delivery date of outbound delivery i.e. 10-jan-2011. But we want actual PGI date i.e. 18-jan-2011 in delivery date of inbound delivery.

is it possible? Please suggest how can we do this?

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2011 at 05:07 PM

    Hi,

    I think the issue is not related to inbound delivery. Because you probably would not only have delivery date at inbound delivery equal to PGI date. Instead it should be PGI+transit time. Hence, I believe what you should focus is to get planned delivery date corrected at your outbound delivery during PGI.

    I do not think standard config supports rescheduling of planned dates at delivery during PGI (even if you setup rescheduling type 'A' at your delivery type). But you can always call SD_SCHEDULING FMs to get new delivery dates and get those posted from outbound to inbound deliveries.

    Regards,

    Dominik Modrzejewski

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    Posted on Apr 19, 2011 at 11:57 PM

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