The delivery plan is a long-term sales contract with the Kreditor, in which a creditor is required to provide equipment on pre-determined terms. Details of the delivery date and the amount communicated to the creditor in the form of the delivery plan. Hello Andy:The fixed area is maintained in the delivery plan at the item level. Below is the menu path. Article > Other functions > additional data Here you can see a sub-screen called “Planning Control Element” on which the fixed area can be managed in days. If your fixed zone is 10 days from the current date, type 10 here. This is not the same as closing the planning on the trunk. Based on the calendar settings (we have 5 days of plant calendar, so if our planning close is 65 days, we will also count the weekend days and will enter 91 days in the fixed area and in the planned delivery fields). We use Sch.agr.type LPA and it is activated for output documentation (ME84). When shares are created, the fixed area date is filled in the EKEK table. You may use agr.type LP that doesn`t need output documentation, and as a result, the EKEK field is not filled. Can then try to exceed the closing of the planning period for the material strain and add the number of days to the current date, and then perform validation for that date instead of the EKEK date.
Not sure you can also maintain the fixed area for LP agr.type. Maybe someone else could clarify that. Best Regards, For all appointments from the EKKO/EKPO tables, create logic on EKET (Sch.agr. Table), in order to find all datasets in which EKET-WEMNG (quantity of goods received) is zero or less than LA MENGE EKET (Expected Quantity). This will effectively give all the calendar lines open. > read the most popular sap market analysis document.> sap.ittoolbox.com/r/hdr.asp?r=10424> > archive: ittoolbox.com/hrd.asp?i=920> > > Thankyou Carlos,> > I looked at this transaction, but I can`t see where the planning fence is > so I can`t know what a fixed OP is and > what a prognosis is??? > > Thank you> > Andy Hartley> > > > > `———`—————————->>` “Carlos Carvalho-> on `>` sap-r3-log-mm” `>` – penitx.com> `>` Sent by: Carlos `>` Carvalho `>` `>` – > – > – 24/10/2003 15:17:17`> Please reply > to sap-r3-log-> > |———+—————————->> >——————————————————————————————————————————|> | |> | To: “andy.hartle… `>` cc: `>` Subject: [sap-r3-log-mm] Re: Schedule Agreements `> >` > >——————————————————————————————————————————-> > > > > Read sap`s most popular market analysis document.> sap.ittoolbox.com/r/hdr.asp?r=10424> > Archives: ittoolbox.com/hrd.asp?i=920> > Hello,> > You can use ME3L transaction settings and selection settings> WE101.> > Greetings> > Carlos Carhoval> > > the most popular sap analysis document.> > sap.ittoolbox.com/r/hdr.asp?r=10424> >> > archive: ittoolbox.com/hrd.asp?i=920> >> >> > > have outstanding quantities> (i.e. > > not fully delivered by the seller) > > the delivery date (delivery date expected by the seller) on or before the > > planning time for the corresponding calendar material (we only have > > > one material per calendar appointment) > >> > thank you for each notice, thanks for each notice, what you can offer> >> > thanks> >> > Andy Hartley> >> > it> > Valeo Service (UK) Ltd > > manager.