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Hi Gurus,

We are using SCM 5.0. We have a deployment order (Using Deployment Heuristics) say of Product and user wants to split the order at the time of deployment. How it is possible once order for deployment is gererated. Is there any SAP standard Order Split Concept.A I have the order of 100 and at the time of deployment I want to split it in to 2 or more sub orders. These suborders should be visible in product view as well.

Please let me know if any one of you have worked in this type of enviornment.

Thanks in Advance,

Santosh Kumar Mishra

Former Member
Former Member replied

Hi Santosh ,

You can use Use Lot Size Profiles in Deployment.

you need to define setting "Depl.:Lot Size Prfl." in Global SNP setting in SPRO.



This parameter is used by deployment heuristic. It detemines how the

system calculates the rounding value, used in the deployment run, and

the maximum lot size. The following options are available:

o Transportation lane, alternative target location product: The

system either calculates the values from the lot size profile that

you specified in the transportation lane, or from the settings in

the target location product master data (on the Lot Size tab page).

You determine the transportation lane lot size profile in the Supply

Network Planning (SNP) Customizing or in the current settings. The

second alternative (target location product settings) is always

taken into account by the system if no lot size profile has been

specified for the transportation lane, or if the values are 0.

This is the default value.

o Transportation lane: The system calculates the values from the

transportation lane lot size profile.

Target location product: The system calculates the values from the

settings in the target location product master data

No consideration of lot size: During the deployment run, the system

does not carry out rounding. Generally, the deployment heuristic

rounds values down.


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