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OBD_Subcon PO_ME2O

Hello Team,

I am doing Outbound delivery(OBD) wrt the Subcon PO through the Tcode ME2O for Subcontracting scenario.

1>Here we are using multiple OBD from multiple POs.How to include the 2nd OBD no linked to 2nd PO no( with the same materail,plant,material combination )in "ZUKRL"field in LIKP table.

2>Now i want to have a check that the OBD qty cannot exceed the components of the Subcon PO( with the same materaila,plant,material combination.)

Please do help ...

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    Posted on May 11, 2011 at 04:24 AM

    Hello Team,

    I am doing Outbound delivery(OBD) wrt the Subcon PO through the Tcode ME2O for Subcontracting scenario.

    1>Here we are using multiple OBD from multiple POs.How to include the 2nd OBD no linked to 2nd PO no( with the same materail,plant,material combination )in "ZUKRL"field in LIKP table.

    2>Now i want to have a check that the OBD qty cannot exceed the components of the Subcon PO( with the same materaila,plant,material combination.)

    Please do help ...

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    • I tell you one fact in standard ERP subcontract process there is technically no link between a subcontract purchase order and the delivery to get the components to the subcontractor.

      This is designed this way to allow freight cost savings by creating just one "fill-up-delivery" that may contain the components quantity for the next period, even the PO is not yet created.

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