A delivery plan is a framework contract between you and a seller valid for a specified period of time. The delivery plan contains fixed delivery dates and quantities. These dates are included in the classifications of delivery plans. Once the delivery schedule is due, you can place the delivery as usual or via a list of supplies. If you record the rankings of a position in the delivery plan, the system adds up the quantities already registered and compares them to the target quantity and the quantity already delivered. To have an overview of all open quantities. Framework contract is a long-term sales contract between the supplier and the customer. Cutting agreements are of two types: press the key to display the header details in the delivery plan: Use the button To view the header details This is because delivery plans require classification. Select the appropriate location and press the button in the post section of the delivery plan: Click the Button Details of a position Tap to know the current status of the delivery plan: Status of the delivery plan Press enter once you have selected the customer, so that the SAP system can accept the customer and continue the development of the delivery plan. If two shipping parts are assigned to the customer, a dialog box will be displayed to select the relevant selection of parts ordered by your customer, Sold-to. Double-click the one you want and the same one is selected. This part is called the head of the delivery plan: Head of the delivery plan After establishing the delivery plan and being satisfied with the filled information, press CTRL+S to save the delivery plan. The delivery plan has been successfully saved Press F3 or to return to the main screen.
Go to > incompletence protocol edition or Ctrl+F8 to see if the delivery plan that was just created is complete. Open the incompleteness protocol of a delivery plan You can see the “An Teil” and “To the sent part” fields at the top left of the screen….
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