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Stop Delivery being Saved, if Stock is not Available.

Dear Experts,

There is no Manufacturing Plant, only Trading is going on.

PP module is not implemented.

Now, here we need to activate the Availability Check, so that the System should not allow to Create Delivery Doc - VL01N, if the Stock against WBS Element is 'Zero'.

Here I have done all the necessary Configuration for -- Transfer of Requirements & Availability Check with ATP Logic or Against Planning. And also activated -- Availability check field -- 02 Individ.requirements in MMR - Sales: General/Plant Tab.

But still without any Stock, in Sales Order - Schedule lines Tab, the Quantity is showing confirmed i.e. Order Quantity & Confirmed Quantity is coming same. And it is allowing to create Delivery Doc also.

So, the question arises here why it is not Stopping to Create Delivery Doc - VL01N -- From first window, it should not allow to go for second window.....?

Pls help me to understand, where I am missing.......?

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2011 at 04:49 AM

    I think you should make your SO confirm qty = 0 when there is no stock so delivery will not be created in first screen.

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    Posted on Nov 04, 2011 at 07:10 AM

    Dear VENEET-API

    Are you able to do the picking and PGI .

    Chech and revert

    Thanks&Regards

    Raghu.k

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      Dear Ram,

      In this Logic, should I take material with MRP View or without MRP View...?

      Beco's here Requirement Type is Playing a major Role, what I have observed...

      If in a Sales Order 011 Delivery requirement (Requirement Type) is coming, then it is Stoping to Create Delivery Doc itself irrespective whether stock is there or not? In any case it will not allow to open Delivery Doc.

      But if in a sales Order YKP HWI:Make-to-order with project (Requirement Type) is coming, then it is allowing to Create/Open Delivery Doc in any case, whether Stock is there or not....?

      I have tried with material without MRP View also. In the Sales Order, in Schedule lines the Order quantity and Confirmed Quantity is coming same. It means it is confirming the quantity irrespective to the Stock. If the Stock is not available, then also it is confirming in Schedule line. And then if the Requirement type is YKP, it is allowing to create and save the Delivery Document....

      We need to check somewhere in Configuration regarding Requirement Type Functionality. I have seen everywhere, but where I am missing........?

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2011 at 04:31 AM

    Dear Experts,

    Is there anyone who can help me to get the Solution, regarding this Issue................!!

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2011 at 04:05 AM

    Dear SD Experts,

    Is there anyone who can help me to get the Solution, regarding this Issue................!!

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