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STO and Multiple Schedule Line

Hi,

we create STO and we trigger ATP in SCM. We are currently getting multilple schedule lines. Then if you create a sales order and trigger ATP check it does not see all the schedule lines on the STO. It only sees the requested date and requested QTY.

Any idea why we are not promising on all those schedule lines on the sales order?

Let me know if someone saw this behavior before.

Regards

David

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 07:53 PM

    Sorry ... I meant

    Any idea why we are not promising on all those schedule lines on the STO?

    David

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      Hi David,

      I suppose you have not activated the following customizing in APO:

      SAP - Implementation Guide

      Advanced Planning and Optimization

      Global Available-to-Promise (Global ATP)

      Product Availability Check

      Consider Confirmed Quantity of Receipts

      Please check and activate to consider confirmed quantities instead of requested qty for STOs.

      best regards,

      Michael

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 12:17 PM

    Michael,

    You are by far the best out there! Thanks for your help. Greatly Appriciated.

    Regards

    David

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2012 at 12:50 PM

    Michael,

    Once we have this setting on, it's only considering confirmed QTY. This is not a good behavior for us. We want to consider requested QTY if there is no confirmation and only confirmation if there is ''confirmation''.

    I hope I'm clear!

    David

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