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Open quantity in contracts which have calloffs archived

Hi all!!

We have contracts with their corresponding calloffs created. If the calloffs are archived, how can we obtain the open quantities in the contract in a Z-program? That is, which fields have to be checked? In VBUK table there is no "archived status" or soemthing like that. In table VBUP there is a field RFGSA which indicates if the item has been referenced totally or partially but I don't how to use it together with any other status.


Contract 1000 pcs.

Call off: 500 pcs archived

Call off: 400 pcs archived

There are still 100 pcs. opened but in our report it's displayed 1000 pcs as opened.

How can we get that 100 pcs are opened and 900 are archived?

Thanks in advance for any idea & best regards

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  • Posted on Aug 18, 2011 at 10:26 AM

    Hai icasado,

    In standard SAP

    Contract - SO will updates once it is processed.

    In case in sales order is rejected with some reason then the quantity will flow back to contract.

    For the similar requirment we had made enhancement in sales order to check

    At the time of saving sales order, system check

    what is the refereed contract

    for that what is list of sales order prepared

    (Contract - Sales order quanity) - Current sales order qunaity = X

    1000 - (500+400) - 1000 = -900

    If X is less than 0,

    system displays ( Contract qty + -900) = 100

    Only 100 Mt can be allowed.



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