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Back Order Processing -via Re sheduling

Dear Friends,

Can any bady explain me about the back order processing via

Manuall and Resheduling in terms of configuration and transactional data wise.

and also if posible please provide the T codes.

in resheduling processing how we are assigning the one order stock to another other.

for this how we are getting stocks back, is there any programe to run or what.

Please explain me the full process.

I gon thorugh all the forum threads for the same, i am unable to get the same.

Please do the need full



Former Member
Former Member replied

Back order processing is done to allocate/deallocate stock for sale orders in MTS scenario. Whenever a sale order is created system reserves the available stocks by confirming the quantity on a first come first serve basis. If the available stocks are used up for some sale orders and when a new sale order is created system will not be able to confirm the quantity even though stock is available due to the stocks being reserved for other sale orders. Under such circumstances you may want allocate the stock reserved for one sale order to another sale order so that delivery can take place.

This can be done in two ways:

1) Automatically using V_V2. Here you will have to give the priority (high priority: 1; lowest: 5)) for various items listed in the tab sort order. Based on the priorities system will allocate the available stock of the material to the respective sale orders.

2) Manually using V_RA. Here you will have to select the sale orders which you want to allocate/deallocate. First deallocate the stock from sale order with confirmed quantities i.e. make the confirmed quantity to zero by double clicking on the line (only bule lines will be modifiable). Next is to allocate that stock to another sale order.

To perform backorder processing an entry for availability check say 02 and checking rule BO should be maintained in OVZ9 transaction.



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