If the fields need to be filled in, the system is prompted to do so and a new window is displayed: A delivery plan is incomplete Press the enter key after selecting the customer so that the SAP system can accept the customer and continue the development of the delivery schedule. If two shipping parts are assigned to the customer, a dialog box will be displayed to select the relevant selection of parts ordered by your customer, Sold-to. Double-click the one you want and the same one is selected. This is because delivery plans require the assignment of classification. Select the appropriate position and press the button in the items section of the delivery plan: Click the Details button for a position The delivery plan is a long-term sales contract with the supplier in which a supplier is required to supply material on specified terms. Designated amber (which I suspect is being processed). * how the position of the 4th was displayed in the delivery plan. This part is not clear. Did the system enter it? You can see here that in the Net Worth field in the head of the delivery plan no value has been updated: Net Worth is Zero You can see here that the Ship-to Party A7000 has two deliveries that match the delivery number 30000053 that we have previously created. These deliveries are due on 4 November 2016 and 10 November 2016 respectively.
The classifications in the SAP SD Standard delivery plan usually contain delivery plans: There are two ways to begin the process of developing a delivery plan: The framework agreement is a long-term sales contract between the supplier and the customer. There are two types of framework agreements: contract The contract is a draft contract and does not contain delivery dates for the equipment. The contract is composed of two types: we work with distribution plans and the API “Sales Plan Delivery Plan – Receive, Update (B2B)” in order to update forecast and delivery plans and JIT delivery plans. Press F3 or to return to the main screen. Go to > edit a incompleteness protocol or Ctrl+F8 to see if the delivery plan that has just been established is complete….