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Scheduling Agreements Change History

Hello,

I was trying to track the changes of Scheduling Agreements (VA33) but could not. The "Display Changes" option in the Environment Menu and the CDHDR/CDPOS gives only provides information at the item level. The schedule line changes like change in open quantity / order quantity could not be tracked.

Is there any one succeeded in the above problem, if yes, Please share.

Many Thanks in Advance,

Vijay

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2 Answers

  • May 01, 2011 at 11:56 AM

    Have you tried with AUT10 ??

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • Former Member Shiva Ram

      I have the same question. We do not see changes related to the schedule lines for scheduling agreements. I did review AUT10 and that still only contains Header and Line level changes that have occurred.

      Is there some setting in the IMG that needs to be activated to track these types of changes?

  • Aug 15, 2011 at 04:10 PM

    hi Vijay,

    See SAP Note 746502 (Scheduling agreements do not record changes)

    ..

    This is SAP standard functionality.

    The change log for scheduling agreements contains only data concerning

    the changes of the header and the item of scheduling agreement. Because

    the scheduling agreements in difference to other sales documents have a

    more complicated structure "Header - Item - Delivery Schedule - Schedule

    lines" and the scheduling agreements contain usually many delivery

    schedules and many schedule lines in each delivery schedule, which will

    be regularly overwritten, due to technical restrictions it is not

    possible to store all changes in the change log.

    The information about the history of delivery schedules and schedule

    lines can be found in the scheduling agreement in the transactions VA32

    / VA33 if you go to the current (forecast or JIT) delivery schedule and

    press the button "Analysis". The information about historical schedule

    lines is stored also in the database table VBEH. However the changes of

    each actual schedule line during its processing are not documented.

    kind regards

    Paul Quinn

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