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Availability check issue

Hai Gurus

I have a scenario in hand. we got two orders for 50 quantities. We got total stock of 50. I have created sales order 1 with 50 quantities. Later I have created sales order 2 with 50 quanties. Now Sales order 2 has to be delivered first. When I tried to deliver, the system is showing no shedule lines as 50 quanity have got confirmed for sales order 1. Now what I have to do is to go and change the quanitity in sales order 1 to 0 quanitity as then only sales order 2 can be delivered. Could you please advice me to give an alternate solution so that I can deliver sales order 2 wihtout changing quantity from sales order 1.

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Sidhu

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 10:14 AM
    the system is showing no shedule lines

    Go to OVZ9, select the required combination there (02/A) and untick the box "Include Sales reqmts". Now try to do the same scenario and check whether you are able to do PGI for the second order.

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 04:22 AM

    Hi Sidhu,

    Go to your first sale order put a reason for rejection at item level and save the order,impact of this is reservation against the sale order will be canceled,you can process the 2nd sale order.

    In another way go to T.code CO06 give material and plant checking rule A,then you can see your sale order double click on that and cancel the confirmed quantity.

    Regards

    Ram

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      Hi Ram/Sidhu,

      If case is for one or two time then we can do by rejection reason but if things are coming up on regularly basis then we have to use Backorder processing. by list in t-code V_RA we can choose order to be processed ..

      regards,

      Deepaks

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 04:32 AM

    Do the rescheduling for your sales orders by the transaction V_V2 for that material & plant.

    Try & let us know, if any problem.

    Rgds

    Sumanth.G

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 04:48 AM

    Hi Gino,

    For your senario u can use Backorder processing by which u can take stock from the confirm order to sales order which is not confirm.

    Check t-code:

    1. V.15

    2. CO06

    3. V_RA

    reply if any thing more required.

    Regards ,

    Deepaks

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    • For your requirement, best would be don't do an availablity check at Sales order level.

      Instead do availability check at shipping level, i.e., at delv doc. This will be taken care by delv Item catogory.

      So the schedule lines reflecting in sales orders will be indicative for scheduling dates only and it will not reserve the stock at sales order.

      To do this you should have schedule line category which is not relavent for Availability & req,

      You can refer Sch Line Cat C0-ConsgtIssue/w/o AvCh.

      So, if in some case you want to availability to happen at Sales order, then switch back to sch line relevant for Availabilty at Sales order.

      Regards

      JP

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 12:25 PM

    Hi,

    go to Back order processing that is exactly suitable for your requirements.

    regards,

    Kiran

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