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How to find Outbound Delivery Order Number with a TU number

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I am wanting to be able to Reverse PGI but there is a step asking for an ODO (Outbound Delivery Order Number). How can I find that when all I have to go off of is a TU (Transportation Unit Number)?

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EszterN
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  1. Go to the /SCWM/TU transaction. Open the Default Settings.
  2. Select the warehouse number and set a wide range of start-end date.
  3. Click OK.
  4. Search with the TU number (TU numbers can be internal and external, so if you do not find it with external number, switch to internal). Click on Search or F8.
  5. Double-click on the found TU.
  6. On the Assigned Delivery tab you will see the ODO number in the Document column.