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Back order processing

Former Member
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HI gurus

Can any body explain the back order processnig concpet

Tanks in advance

Point will be rewarded

Rajesh

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Former Member
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hi,

Backorder Processing: is the processing of a backorder, which in itself is a sales order that has not been confirmed in full or not confirmed at a certain delivery date.

Backorder Processing

Backorder processing is a functionality in SAP where you can change the committments and over-ride the blockage of stocks

marked against sales documents/deliveries. For e.g. you receive an order from a very important customer for material "A" but

the entire quantity of A is committed to another customer "B" via earlier sales orders and this is where BACKORDER processing helps you to change the committment and shift stock due for B to A. This is the benefit of this funtionality.

OMIH - Checking rule for updating backorders

OPJL - Define new checking rule

OPJJ - Define scope of check

V_RA - Backorder Processing

Data selection:-

Sold-to-party Customer code Mandatory

Sales Organization Mandatory

Distribution Channel Mandatory

Division Mandatory

Changed confirmed quantity :-

Tick the material you want to changed and click the Backorder button

Confirmed quantity that still can be changed are highlighted.

V.15 - Backorder List

Sales Organization Mandatory

Distribution Channel Mandatory

Division Mandatory

Rescheduling: is a proposal of how confirmed quantities already assigned to sales orders can be reassigned to other orders that have a higher priority, such as an earlier delivery date.

regards

sadhu kishore

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Former Member
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former_member204513
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Hi Rajesh,

Through the backorder processing,we can list sales documents relevant for requirements for particular materials and confirm them manually. We can assign available-to-promise (ATP) stock to outstanding order quantities. In addition, we can also withdraw already confirmed quantities and reassign them to different items.

I hope it will clear for you

Regards,

Murali.

Edited by: Murali Mohan.T on Mar 6, 2008 7:49 AM