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Scheduling Agreement - PL Stock in transit exceeded by 150 KG

Former Member
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Hi Experts,

I am trying to do MIGO against a scheduling agreement, however, it is giving the ERROR message M7022. Whereas, while making scheduling agreement (SA), the system was giving message to check "Supplying and receiving plants identical - Message no. ME123".

Pls note that I am trying to make SA for vendor. I would like the system not to give me supplying plant by default. I need your guidence to do the same.

Regards

Jibran

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Former Member
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Hi,

Check the plant assignment in the VMR additional purchasing data and also check the type of SA created,whether it could be of LU-stock transport SA.

Regards,

Deepak.

Former Member
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Hi deepak,

thanx for the help, I've already done that and I also mentioned that I am trying to make SA for vendor and not for STO (LU).

Jibran

Former Member
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Hello Jibran,

You need to change your vendor's additional data under PO data. To access it, use xk02 to change vendor, put in your vendor number and check Purchasing data under PO data then hit enter, here you need to get rid of the plant assigned to vendor. To accomplish that click on Extras>Add Purchasing data, dialog box comes up, under plant assignment, delete plant, delete all checks if there and hit enter and then save your vendor and plant assignment is removed.

Now once you make SA, supplying plant will not automatically come up.

Hope I am helpful.

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Answers (1)

Former Member
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Dear Jibran,

I think this will help u pls go thru the given below.

Use

This function enables you to combine the advantages of procuring materials on the basis of scheduling agreements with those of procurement by means of a centrally agreed contract.

Used in conjunction with your materials planning and inventory control system, scheduling agreements make it possible for you to procure required materials on a "Just-in-Time" basis. Two types of "scheduling agreement (SA) release" are available for this purpose: the "forecast (FRC) delivery schedule" and the "Just-in-Time (JIT) delivery schedule". The precise quantities and delivery dates set out in the SA releases directly reflect the requirement situation in the relevant plant. SA releases are thus an instrument for local procurement.

In contrast, as their name implies, centrally agreed contracts are negotiated centrally by a strategic purchasing organization (the reference purchasing organization) for the entire corporate group. Such contracts are therefore an instrument for centralized procurement. This usually results in especially favorable conditions for the buying entity.

The conditions of a centrally agreed contract negotiated by the reference purchasing organization can be used by all other purchasing organizations through SA releases issued against the centrally agreed contract. The instruments of centralized and localized procurement are thus combined.

Prerequisites

In order that you can use a scheduling agreement that references a centrally agreed contract, the following must apply:

The scheduling agreement must have time-dependent conditions.

The contract must be a centrally agreed contract.

Activities

To create a scheduling agreement with reference to a contract, choose Outline agreement ® Scheduling agreement ® Create ® Vendor known. Starting from the initial screen for scheduling agreements, choose Create with reference ® To contract.

A box appears, in which you can enter the number of the contract whose prices and conditions are to be used in the scheduling agreement.

The link between the two documents (contract and scheduling agreement) can be seen on the general statistics screen for the scheduling agreement item.

Regards... Sri