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TECO vs DLV

anthonyj_dellartejr
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If an order can only be one status, either TECO or DLV, which is best for an order to have?

The assumption is that if an order is TECO, that it never has to have the DLV status because TECO accomplishes ALL the same things DLV does.  Is that entirely true?

 

arjuna_bandara
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Hi, TECO means ending production order from logistics perspective, which means that order should be completed prematurely without fully delivering the planned quantity. With TECO all the pending open requirements(reservations) will be deleted. Delivery status will be TECO and PDLV, and the order will be selected to variance calculation during month end settlement. (target cost will be calculated based on delivered qty) This is same as when order status is DLV which happens automatically when plan quantity is fully delivered.
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DerekDing
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The Status "DLV" means it has been done the goods receipt for the production order.

The status "TECO" means technology close the production order, pls check the background configuration BS22 to check whether it blocks the "goods receipt".

Since in my experience,  many projects will set "Forbidden" for "RMWF".

So if set "Forbidden" for "RMWF", and you did TECO firstly, then you cannot do the goods receipt for the production order. (Which means the production order will only have TECO status) .

If you want to do the goods receipt, you should cancel the "TECO" firstly, and then do the "goods receipt" activity.

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If you do the goods receipt firstly, and then do the TECO, it will contain both status.