Schedule Agreement Date

October 6, 2021

To create a delivery plan, use the following path: Logistics – > distribution – > distribution – > delivery plan – > Create (Transaction code: VA31) Users also cannot receive the materials, that is, they cannot make GR for future dates. If the customer is not able to indicate the specific delivery dates of the product, it is preferable to use the quantity contract and return the orders to this contract during their preparation. You have to wait for the delivery date or in ME38 you can change the delivery date to the 15th, then you can do GR. A delivery plan is usually an addendum or supplement to a contract, although you can write a delivery plan into the contract yourself. Your delivery plan describes the schedule by which you receive goods, make payments, accept deliveries, or perform other recurring tasks broken down in your contract. You are absolutely right. Remember that you do not have delivery dates in advance for the delivery plan. Delivery plans are established by MRPor Kanban or by the user. In this case, I use Kanban to create delivery schemes; The problem is when you update the ME38/EKES delivery plan. For now, no warning or error messages. Your contract should expressly mention the delivery plan so that it is mandatory. Alternatively, you can write the delivery plan directly into your contract.

If this is too complicated, you can describe the basics of the delivery plan in the contract and then add a supplement that details the details. These are snapshots of the entire delivery plan that is stored in the system at certain times. If the delivery date is the 20th, you can not make receipt of goods against this document, it is indicated that document XXXXXX does not contain items. If the delivery date in the planning approval is the 20th and the supplier delivered the material on the 15th itelf, we may or may not on the 15th. . .

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