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Required manual Quantity Confirmation in Sale Order

Dear All,

FG Stock = 10 Ton

I've created a Sale Order of 10 Ton (Total Available Stock) and scheduled 6 Ton on current date and rest 4 Ton on 2 months later.

Now I want to confirm quantity only 6 Ton (first schedule line), and don't want to confirm the quantity of 4 Ton (second schedule line). But system automatically confirms it if stock is available.

Now the problem is that how to confirm quantity of second schedule line item manually or make it zero.

Regards,

Paramjeet Singh

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    Posted on Nov 07, 2012 at 09:44 AM

    Hi Paramjeet,

    It is SAP Standard process that if your stock is available then only schedule line automatically confirmed on that respective date but you can change your items schedule manually.

    Double click on item , click on schedule lines, now here you want to split your delivery quantity, is that so just select the confirmed schedule line (as per your example 10 ton) and delete it, then in the blank fields put required delivery date and quantity as per your requirement.

    Hope this will help you.

    Thanks

    AJC

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2012 at 02:18 AM

    Hi Paramjeet ,

    If the confirmed quantity 4 is blocking for 2 months, then adjust your availability check in the delivery. In the delivery availability check , don't consider the sales requirement.

    By standard SAP process, system will confirm the quantity if you have stock.

    If you create new sales order, still you can deliver it because the requirement generated for the new sales order will be consumed by the older sales order unless you use sales order stock (E)

    With Regards

    Vinu.N

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