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Route schedule getting deleted in SO based on GI date and time


The sales order has a route schedule determined automatically based on the config.

But when the GI date and time is changed in SO and the ATP job is run the route schedule is getting deleted.

Why is it getting deleted the route schedule?

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 08:59 AM

    Hi Sri,

    I am not sure what is meant with deleted the route schedule. But I assume that these are the original dates. This occurs because when the GI date is being changed the other dates are not akkoording the calculated schedule and redetermined during the rescheduling jobs. but normally standard SAP will calculate based on delivery date.

    Is this answering your question?

    Kind regards, Friso

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      Hi Friso,

      Thanks for your reply.

      The ROUTE SCHEDULE is the maintained with respect to ship to party and the route with specified date and time on which it has to be delivered to customer in VL51.

      When sales order is created, the route and the route schedule will be determined based on the ROUTE configuration and master data condition record maintained in VL51.

      Every day we have ATP batch job for rescheduling.

      The user tries to change the GI date and Time in SO,later when the ATP job is run its deleting the route schedule in sales order which i don't think is the actual reason.

      Coz system will pick the route schedule form VL51 and determine in SO, only deletion to this condition record will delete the route schedule when the ATP job is run.

      But here its not the case.

      Its deleting without the changes to VL52 what i expect.



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