Very good information on this forum about the delivery plan Since the delivery plan contains the dates and quantities of delivery, deliveries are based on the quantity delivered. Let`s first look at the details of the delivery in the delivery plan: Delivery details In the delivery contract Please note that each field with a “tic character” means its obligation and it must be replenished, the SAP system will not allow you to go any further. To choose the type of delivery plan required, tap F4 on the appropriate field and view all LoVs (value list) with the types of schedule available. List of delivery plan types After entering the Delivery Plan screen: First edition you need to select the corresponding delivery plan type. Each type of planning contract has its own functionality and displays based on the configuration performed in the SAP system. Choose the relevant delivery plan: As a delivery plan is legal proof, the system invites you to fill in the validity data: this is because delivery plans require filling in airtime. Select the appropriate position and press the button in the position section of the delivery plan: Click Details for a well-written tutorial for position articles. Some suggestions/requests: `Menu path to VL10A would help, as it is completely different from other SD menu paths tutorials. A little more explanation on the list of delivery would help – i.e. delivery on the 10th green watch (which I guess, meant), while on the 4th amber (which I guess is going on). How was the position for the 4th displayed in the delivery plan? This part is not clear. Did the system enter it? Step-5, retrieve the previous preview screen item and click Save button. A message as follows – If you enter item classifications into the delivery plan, the system adds up the quantities already entered and compares them to the expected quantity and quantity already delivered.
This gives you an overview of all the open quantities. Here you can see that in the net value field in the top part of the delivery plan, no value has been updated: Net value is null contract The contract is a contract draft contract, and they do not contain delivery dates for the hardware. The contract consists of two types: A delivery plan is a framework agreement between you and a party with the right to sell, valid for a specified period of time. The delivery plan contains fixed delivery dates and quantities. These dates are included in the delivery plan classifications. Once the delivery plan is due, you can place the delivery as usual or using a list of deliveries. Press the button to see the details of the head in the delivery plan: Use the button to view the details of the header Here you see that the Ship-to Party A7000 has two deliveries contrary to the delivery plan number 30000053 that we previously created. These deliveries are due on November 4, 2016 and November 10, 2016, respectively.
Ranking in the delivery plan You can see the “Sold to Party” and “To The Shipping Part” fields at the top left of the screen. A sold party can have several ship-to-parties. If many ship-to-parties are linked to a sold part, a dialog box appears on the delivery plan screen. You must choose the relevant ship-to-party to which the selling party ordered you to ship the products.