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How to determine the process alias using condition technique in Transportation & Shipment Scheudling?

Dear All,

I am trying to use the functionality Transportation and Shipment Scheduling in GATP.

I would like to know that how the sytem determines the process alias using condition technique in Transportation & Shipment Scheudling?

As the Transportation & Shipment Scheduling functionality can be extended further by using the configurable process to overcome the complex scenario. But it needs that process alias should not be determined by using the condition technique.

Moreover, is it possible to use both functionality simultaneously in the system. i.e. Transportation and Shipment Scheduling using condition technique and Transportation and Shipment Scheduling using configurable process?

Thanks & Regards

Piyush Ranpura

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2012 at 01:51 PM

    Hi Piyush,

    I have added a small overview in the SCN WIKI which shows you the two ways for the process alias determination and also here as attachment:

    http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/SCM/Time+and+Scheduling+Functions

    Yes, depending on your customizing you can use both scheduling methods in parallel. e.g. you activate CPS just for a specific ITEM category or product and/or customer and/or....what ever you want.

    best regards,

    Michael


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      Hi Micahel,

      Thanks for your answer and advice. I finally decided to use the Standard condition technique for STOs and the CPS for the Sales Order based on Item category. A lot of things can be done with the CPS but it's a pitty that no Upload program exist for CPS conditions.. We are currenly searching a Z solution.

      Kind regards,

      JP

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