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Output type not triggered during Delivery Order - pls help

Hi,

Need some help.

I'm trying to setup output determination for delivery. It's a new output type for delivery.

There are some checking that I want to build in to determine whether the output type is to be generated. Therefore I have to make sure of requirement (routine). However, after putting in the configuration, coding the requirement and creating the condition record, the output type still cannot be generated. When I go to VL02N to check the Output Determination Analysis it says the requirement " " is not fulfilled. It's not even calling out the requirement number that I assigned in the access sequence.

Any idea what could be wrong?

This is what I've done :

1. Creating condition tables

2. Creating access sequence & assigning the condition tables to the access sequence

3. In the access sequence, assign requirement number 999. The "Exclusive" indicator is not ticked.

4. Ensure that the requirement 999 is activated in tcode VOFM.

5. Create output type, assign the access sequence to the condition type.

6. Assign the condition type to the output determination procedure. Make sure the "Manual" checkbox is not ticked.

7. Assign the delivery type to the output determination procedure.

8. Create condition record.

Note : when i created the condition record, I am not able to assign a Partner Function (for eg. SH) to the record. However in the config for the output type I've already configured for that Partner Function "SH" to be allowed for that output type.

Appreciate suggestions & feedback.

Thanks

Rgds,

L

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Aug 23, 2011 at 09:27 AM

    Hi,

    When I go to VL02N to check the Output Determination Analysis it says the requirement " " is not fulfilled. It's not even calling out the requirement number that I assigned in the access sequence.

    This is because in requirement you put certain conditions should be fulfill then out put should trigered,

    Example - if you maintained condition in requirement that user must maintain loading point

    Now when creating delivery user not maintained loading point then output will not trigered, so user must maintain that then only it will trigered output.

    Same problem just now solved, check which data maintenance conditions in routine and try to maintain that.

    Kapil

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Aug 24, 2011 at 07:03 AM

    hi,

    In the condition technique the requirements are termed as highest level of checks, means if the requirements are not met in the routine then the system will not let the condition to execute the access sequence and hence not find any condition record.

    Each requirement routine checks for certain conditions, like the shipping point of the destination country for example, and if the transaction data is different then the checks condition fails and the requirement will stop the condition type from being accessed,

    Please check for any condition that is not met and try to trigger output again, or may be remove the requirement routine from the condition type in the development system and check if it triggers.

    Thanks

    DB

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