Appointments are very pleasant when the customer sends EDI data (830s = forecast or 862s = JHA). Apart from that, they can really cause problems with daily maintenance, lack of requirements, cum-qty corrections, year-end treatment, etc. There are two types of release from the delivery plan: (2) Cumulative quantities are tracked and influenced by how the schedule conveys requirements both in terms of forecasting and shipping. These sounds are sometimes requested by the customer on AsNs. The cumulative quantity will be reset at the end of the year, unless you have a customer calendar or have changed the default sap user shipments so that they are not reset. Could someone explain to me where and why delivery plans are used? As I understand it, the main purpose of the delivery plan is to manage the delivery dates and quantities of a given material or product. Yet this is exactly what we can do with a regular sales order. Simply enter delivery dates in the “Rankings” tab. So why should we use a delivery plan instead of a client order? Delivery plans contractual agreement between the customer and the company. It contains dates and quantities of deliveries. as far as the agreement is concerned, you release the customer order accordingly The sales plan is a framework contract between the buyer and the supplier.
JIT (just-in-time) forecasting and delivery plans are sent via EDI. These delivery plans include delivery dates and quantities. The entire communication is based on cumulative quantities between the buyer and the supplier. (1) – Appointments allow you to have 2 different rates of tariff headings (VBEP-ABART). SAP standard you need to have two sets of tabs – collations. One prognosis and the other JIT. Forecast passes the classifications to the planning (see in MD04) and JIT transmits them to the shipment (VL10). They can be the same or different. As a rule, they are used for component suppliers (i.e.
automotive). The customer provides you with 4-10 buckets per week (usually someone can give me detailed information about the difference in s/w JIT classifications and forecast agendas in a delivery plan. Please let me know in detail when you should use it and what is the advantage of both. Delivery plans are used when customers send forecast data and the forecast data has integrated the versions into the FST rows. (Solid quantities) Forecast data is loaded into the Forecast tab (all FST rows sent on forecast 830) and company shares are loaded onto the JIT page of the delivery plan. The other problem is when your client sends cumulative values in their prediction or JIT versions. The LZ and LK delivery plan types were developed at SAP to address the processing of the automobile for direct shipping and the (consignment) stock controlled by the supplier….