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QTY Contract

Sales Team creates Qty Contract - then Sales Order is created referencing the QTY contract.

The problem is that when the Sales Order is shipped we don't typically ship the same Item that was ordered. A similar material will actually be delivered but the problem is, how do we reference this new item back to the same Contract. The new item is created by a background job as the deliveries are created in a batch job. How can we make sure that the new item copies the same referenced contract??

I appreciate the help

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2011 at 09:31 AM

    Hi Tim,

    As per my knowledge this is also requires some enhancement, you need to swap the material in contract with material in delivery.

    If the delivery has been done by different material which is not exactly to contract material then system should swap the contact material with delivery material.

    Logic is like : where the VBAK - VBTYP = G and the VBAP - MATNR not equals to LIPS - MATNR then overweight the VBAP - MATNR with LIPS - MATNR

    then system automatically change the material in contract as per the delivery material.

    Take ABAPer help.

    Regards

    Ram

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