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ATP & message display in STO

We have an issue with STO availability check. When you create an STO & if there is not enough stock in supplying plant, you got a WARNING message saying something like u201C of Material XXXXXX, only 49 EA are available on desired dateu201D. The STO is saved but the system put a date of 12/31/9999 into the COMMITTED DELIVERY DATE for that material/line item. Even when additional materials are available, since the COMMITTED DELIVERY DATE is 12/31/9999, SAP will not try to deliver them. Now the business is asking to change this warning message to error message (06 450 Message number). If I change this warning message to error message, I believe it will impact all other type of STO's, PO's & SO's also. We want this warning message to be changed to Error message only for a particular STO type. What are the options available to us.

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2012 at 05:52 PM

    Hi Jay

    I am trying to understand the issue better. Can you confirm the issue still exists when

    1) You did an ATP check when new materials are available

    2) You have run BOP for these STOs when new stock is available

    Thanks,

    Prasun

    Edited by: PrasunM on Feb 1, 2012 6:52 PM

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      Hi Jay

      When you are executing this availability check, are you selecting this line item? If you want to execute ATP Check then you need to go to ME22N, select the line item and then click on Environment --> Availability. Could you please also confirm if you are doing an ATP check in APO or ECC. If you are doing it in APO, have you activated Integration Model for Material, Plant and ATP Check?

      Thanks,

      Prasun

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