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Rejecting and outbound delivery opposed to deleting it

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I am wondering if it is possible to reject an outbound delivery opposed to deleting it? Once deleted you lose visibility all together.

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former_member183501
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Hi

You can very well reject sales order as opposed to outbound delivery.

You can get the data from sales order too. What is the issue in that?

An another option- Mark delivery as completed by using VL_COMPLETE but again using this, stock requirement will sit in requirement list

Then you may have to use a routine in TOR and write a code that if LIKP-LIFSK = X then do not carry transfer of requirement

Use that delivery block code and assign it to delivery header and then use VL_COMPLETE

veselina.peykova , Any further suggestion on this?

Regards

Kamlesh

VeselinaPeykova
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Completing the delivery via VL_COMPLETE will not allow you to create a new delivery referencing the same order item (at least not without additional development). And it will probably also create problems with credit control, because delivery completion via this transaction does not reset the values in the credit management info structures (this means more development).

In addition, it may skew the reporting, which is not a wise idea (so even more development).

The OP did not mention at which processing stage will this the delivery be, and it is quite important.

In my opinion VL_COMPLETE should be granted only to people who know very well what they are doing and in exceptional cases, it is not intended to be used as a general practice.

former_member183501
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Thanks!

Yes, using this option will lead to more development and that too if, this is just a user's requirement then it is better to discuss this with department heads and tell them that this will require a complex development to achieve as they will have to cover many areas of restrictions.

Thanks again Madam!

Regards

Kamlesh

VeselinaPeykova
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No, there is no such feature in standard systems.