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Extract on BW report Source of Location detail from APO SNP

Hi,

i need to extract on BW side the SNP data related to Key Figure /BI0/9APSHIP - Distr.Receipt (Plnd) with detail Material and Location and SOURCE of SUPPLY in order to distinguish between Distribution receipt related to Production material and Distribution receipt related to Purchased material (associated to a purchase requisition).

We extract the data using standard datasource 9AMALO but there isn't the Source of Supply detail.

Which is the standard way to extract Source of supply detail from APO or Purchase requisition data from APO?

Thanks,

Veronica

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  • May 17, 2012 at 03:34 PM

    Hi Veronica,

    You need to use a datasource that is generated based on the 9AMALA aggregate. It allows you to extract the 9APSHIP data.

    Thanks,
    Rajesh

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    • Hi Veronica,

      The source destination is available only if you maintain your vendor location and a transportation lane connecting vendor and your plant/DC locations.

      If you transfer purchase info records through CIF, transportation lanes will be created automatically in APO.

      Thanks,
      Rajesh

  • Jun 14, 2012 at 09:03 AM

    Hi Rajesh,

    My collegues that work on APO activated inforecord for Subcontracting, automatically transportation lane that link vendor and location was created but extracting the AMALA datasource i don't extract the distribution Planned for Purchased Order.

    Any idea? what is missing?

    Thanks,

    Veronica

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    • Hi Veronica,

      1. Please verify the t.lane and means of transport using t.code /SAPAPO/SCC_TL1. It should be active for a reasonable date range.

      2. Check the Purchase request or order in the SNP planning book for a source of supply. Use t.code /SAPAPO/SNP94 and select appropriate planning book and data view.

      3. If there is an issue, you need to update the t.lane and recreate the orders (rerun the SNP planning engine).

      4. Test the data source

      Thanks,
      Rajesh