Schedule Agreement Release

Delivery plans are defined and managed as supporting documentation in the system. It is possible to group these documents into different types of documents according to commercial requirements. First, you need to define the types of document and their attributes when adjusting. Those who work with the traditional approach to customize delivery plans in SAP know that setting types and categories as well as maintaining output profiles can be difficult if you don`t know what you`re doing. The above information should be a reminder for those who are in the acquisition and introduction for those who started with SAP. 2. Another thing…. The key to indicate the backlog and the immediate requirement are not displayed in its version…. (I think it should be displayed in the “Calendar Line Type” column.

although I did the SA with the creative profile that the relevant indicator for the backlog and the immediate requirement defined in the overall setting of the creative profile. Did I miss something? I have problems with the delivery plan (LPA type). I have a delivery plan in place, and I have maintained the schedule by executing the layout. The calendar can be maintained and I can run the version (generate the SA version for FRC and JIT). The publication has been directly documented (I can see it when SA`s delivery plan is displayed) and I can also print it… The problem is that the state of SA`s output documentation is always yellow (there is already information for this). As a result, the version number of this SA is still blocked at point 1, although changes in the content of the expression have taken effect (the output of the ranking line has been changed because the GR consumes SA e.V. or impact on the execution of the provision). Hello, this seems to be a user error once its is published, it should be green of the somewe version but not save the document. Hello everyone, I found the solution myself, so I post it here:If you publish your delivery plan for the delivery plan, z.B.

CODE ME84 and output is kind and distributed, but in Del. Sch. remains the status of the latest “Yellow” version you keep Shell SPRO in: Mngmnt Materials -> Purchase -> News -> output control -> Types of messages -> Set message types for release/expediter planning, then run Fine-Tuned Control: Forecast Delivery/Expediter. There you have Shell Check the box to see for operation 9/A and the output you use for versions. It worked for me. Looks,Tomek An exit profile is used to determine the period during which shares (delivery types) for a delivery plan are generated and transmitted to the creditor. It also controls the parity of the versions; Aggregation of expected quantities from the day after the date of availability; and conducting a tolerance test.