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Function of mass creation of delivery notes for sales orders

Dear colleagues,

I need function of mass creation of delivery notes for sales orders due for delivery. This delivery note should have any block in order to prevent pick-list creation (EK00).

Please advice how to do this.

thanks

Saritha

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    Jul 22, 2012 at 12:40 PM

    Saritha,

    This question was answered in the last post you created; the standard method to create deliveries en masse is to use the VL10* series of transactions. Also as stated in the previous answer, there are non-standard methods (ABAP programmatic methods) as well.

    If those answers are unsatisfactory, perhaps you should elaborate your needs; rather than re-posting the question. Many of the moderators here in SCN will lock your posts if they discover you are duplicating the same questions.

    http://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_06/helpdata/EN/38/6aa65b0e9911d3b47f006094b9b9dd/frameset.htm

    Best Regards,

    DB49

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    Jul 22, 2012 at 04:54 PM

    Hi DB,

    Thanks for the answer, If you can elaborate how to execute to get right output, will very much thankful to you.

    thanks

    Saritha.

    Saritha

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      Saritha,

      One can mass change Sales orders using MASS. Delivery blocks can be mass modified here.

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      I am not aware of a standard SAP transaction or program that will mass change outbound deliveries so as to add a delivery block. It should be possible in LSMW, but I have never tried this.

      In general, once the delivery block is created in the Sales doc, by default a delivery cannot be created. I don't know if this limitation would be acceptable to your client. I suggest that you ask him a few more questions about his business processes before you move to custom development.

      In your prior posts you seem very interested in the output condition. It is a simple matter to configure your deliveries so as not to generate picking lists, without resorting to a delivery block.

      Best Regards,

      DB49