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. The following tables contain SAP`s default settings; Additional delivery document types can be defined based on business requirements via IMG (SPRO) > Materials Management > purchases > delivery plan > Define types of proofs. In fact, both are a framework agreement, but if we enter into a contract, it means that we sometimes buy our quantities from the seller. Here, the quantity may vary, but the contract have the validity period and condition. In the delivery plan, we buy our quantity regularly, which means periodic basis (day, week). Press the button to see the details of the head in the delivery plan: Use the button to view the details of the header There are two options to start the process of creating a delivery plan: Thanks for the comments! We will try to add more details to this tutorial. I highly recommend that you train in a real SAP system. This really helps to understand how SAP works when you can see system responses to your inputs. Enter the data on which the debtor requested the goods at the same time as the order quantity.
Lines entered scheduled for dates, if deliveries requested by the customer see here that no value has been updated in the Net Value field in the top part of the delivery plan: Net value is zero We have never been more satisfied with the explanation of SAP delivery plans until we found it in the Supply Chain Management book with SAP APO. Here it is: After defining the types of copies for delivery plans, select the line for the Doc type and double-click on Authorized Item Categories. Manage on the screen Categories of items allowed for The category of articles, as shown in the following table. These categories of items can be configured to meet business requirements. This configuration determines the categories of items that can be selected by the user when developing the delivery plan for a specific use site. SAP-SD standard delivery plans typically contain: To establish a delivery plan, use the following path: logistics – > sales and sales – > sale – > delivery plan – > Create (transaction code: VA31) Complete the validity dates of the delivery, i.e. “Validate from” and “Valid until” dates: we cannot enter the validity dates of the delivery plan. We will check the qRFC queues with the transaction (SMQ1) Press F3 or return to the main screen. Switch to Edit > Incompletion Log or Ctrl-F8 to see if the delivery plan we just created is complete. Open the final minutes of a delivery agreement press entry as soon as you have selected the part sold so that the SAP system can accept the debitor and continue the development of the delivery plan.
If two parts of the shipment have been assigned to the customer, a dialog box will be displayed to select the corresponding field that your customer has ordered to sell.