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Unloading point determination in Delivery

Dear forum,

We have a problem with Unloading point determination in Outbound Delivery:

The unloading point is different for 2 different deliveries with the same Ship-to party.

I have checked the routes for the deliveries and they are different, however no unloading points are defined in the routes in use.

Is there anyone that knows what could cause the problem, and could explain exactly how ECC6.0 derives the unloading point in delivery?

Thanks in advance,

Lars

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    Posted on Aug 27, 2012 at 07:53 PM

    Did you check the change history of the delivery document? It might have overwritten. If the deliveries are created against two different sales orders, then check the change history of the sales orders as mentioned by Lakshmipathi. Probably, it might have overwritten in sales order.

    Regards,

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      Hello, yes we did chack the change history of the sales order and the delivery. It looks like that the old user exit we had implemented (we have upgraded from 4.7 to ECC6.0) now gets overwritten at a later stage by the standard program (retreiving the unloading point from the ship-to master).

      Will be back with the resolution.

  • Posted on Aug 27, 2012 at 12:08 PM

    The unloading point is different for 2 different deliveries with the same Ship-to party

    How about the sale order ? You can also check the change log for that ship to party in XD04

    G. Lakshmipathi

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