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Rescheduling Backorders: logic of not allocating quantity to an item if less than Order quantity

Dear all,

Rescheduling backorders with tcode V_V2,

Works great, except that I don't understand the following SAP rule:

Same if a Sales order is in rescheduling priority 1, quantity is not re-allocated if it doesn't cover the whole order quantity of the item:

Then it unconfirms the whole quantity of this order, and allocate it to the Sales order priority 2.

Example:

Material A,

stock: 15 PC

- First step: 2 sales-orders:

Order 1 (priority 1), ordered quantity =  20 PC --> 15 PC confirmed,

Order 2 (priority 2), ordered quantity =  4 PC. --> No quantity confirmed.

- 2nd step: good entry: 4 PC:

--> V_V2 result is:

Order 1: 15 PC --> 0 PC confirmed,

Order 2: 0 PC --> 4 PC confirmed.

Expected:

Order 1: 15 PC --> 19 PC

Order 2: 0 PC --> 0 PC

Could you please tell me why and how going through?

Kind regards,

Sebastien

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Hi Sebastien,

The note and customising are related to V_V2.

These settings have an effect on how V_V2 behaves.

I did a test on my internal example exactly as yours above.

--> V_V2 result is:

Order 1: 15 PC --> 0 PC confirmed,

Order 2: 0 PC --> 4 PC confirmed.

when OVZJ setting is " "

--> V_V2 result is:

Order 1: 15 PC --> 19 PC

Order 2: 0 PC --> 0 PC

when OVZJ setting is "E"

exactly as note 33084 explains.

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