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Planned Goods Issue Date in Delivery/Factory Calendar

Here is what is currently happening:

If the requested delivery date in the sales order is a Sunday, when the delivery is created, the Planned GI date goes backward and is the Friday before. This is because we have Saturdays and Sundays set as holidays in our factory calendar.

What we want to happen:

If the requested delivery date in the sales order is a Sunday, when the delivery is created, the Planned GI date goes forward and uses Monday as the date instead of Friday.

How to I get the date to go forward to the next work day, and not backward to the previous working day?

Thanks!

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  • Posted on Dec 10, 2011 at 05:05 AM

    hi

    your forward and backword dlivary date it comes from u material availability ,

    so material is availbul system cheek backward sechdule , material not availability systme forward date,

    and also u cheek in vov8 at date type , in requested delivery date/pricing date /purchage data tab,

    it for assign planing calender period, u cheek this tab

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2011 at 05:21 AM

    Hello Amy,

    The goods issue date at the item level of the sales order is calculated based on the requested delivery date. The system would first do a backwards scheduling based on the requested delivery date and the other date / time 's is calculated on the basis of the RDD.

    Hence, in most cases, the goods issue date would be prior to the RDD. Please check the lead time and other times, used in the calculation of loading time, transportation time, goods issue date etc.,

    The system can propose to change the RDD to the next working date, but the goods issue would still be calculated on the basis of the lead times mentioned.

    Hope this helps.

    Cheers,

    MR

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