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Schedule line issue

Hi,

i created a sales order and when i check schedule line category confirmed quantity date is showing 24.01.2013 instead of 25.01.2012.

i tried to change the date of confirmed quantity but system is not allowing to change

i clicked on schedule line tab and selected SALES DETAILs Button and tried to change the dates from shipping tab but system is not allowing to change

I checked the stock also which is available in unrestricted use moreover that this is my first entry of sales so there are no question of scedule for delivery of stock

i checked sales document type - lead time where nothing is mentioned and i havent maintained MRP views also as the sales is taking place from Depot.

thanks

shibu chandran

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    Posted on Jan 25, 2012 at 06:09 AM

    Hi,

    generally system will allow you to change the scheduled dates when stock is available,confirm with your technical team is there

    any enhancement causing to this behavior.

    Regards

    Ram

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  • Posted on Feb 02, 2012 at 01:04 PM

    Hi Shibu,

    Please clarify when you are referring to "confirmed quantity date", are you referring to the confirmed delivery date or the confirmed material availability date?

    If you are referring to the confirmed delivery date, then you need to review the whole scheduling that is executing on the sales order. An explanation on scheduling can be found here:

    https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/ERPLO/AvailabletoPromise+%28ATP%29?focusedCommentId=263653439#comment-263653439

    If you are referring to the confirmed material availability date, you need to use CO09 to analyse the availability situation. For sales orders, checking rule A is used so you access Co09 wth checking rule A.

    Hope this helps somewhat

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