Scheduling Agreement Release

2. Another matter. the key to view the backlog and immediate needs is not displayed in SA Release… (I think it should be displayed in the calendar row type column)… although I created the SA with creation profile, which is the relevant indicator of the backlog and the instant requirement in the general setting of the creation profile. Did I miss something? Question: 1. Should this happen? Reading the library, I guess after creating and printing sa-release (among other things), the state of the old SA turns green, and if you make any changes, the release number will be increased. In this step, a release profile is maintained for delivery plans with proof of release. This profile determines the output creation strategy and how backlog and immediate requirements will be taken into account when creating output. To maintain the release profile, you can go to IMG (SPRO) > the materials > purchasing industry > delivery plan > release profile for SA with proof of sharing. Those who work with the traditional approach to adjusting delivery plans in SAP know that defining types and categories as well as maintaining release creation profiles can be a struggle if you don`t know what you`re doing.

The above information should prove useful for those working in sourcing and as an introduction to those starting with SAP. With SAP S/4HANA Logistics` Sourcing and Procurement LoB, it is possible to use the SAP Best Practices activation approach to tailor delivery plans. However, if you use the traditional customizing approach, this blog post can be helpful. Delivery plans are defined and managed as documents in the system. It is possible to group these documents under different types of documents depending on the business requirements. First, you need to define the document types and their attributes in customizing. The following tables include the default settings for SAP. The IMG (SPRO) allows you to define additional types of delivery plan through IMG (SPRO) > > purchases > delivery plan > type of document. After you define the document types for delivery plans, select the document type row and double-click the allowed item categories. On the screen, maintain the categories of items allowed for the document type, as shown in the following table. These position categories can be configured according to the corporate requirement.

This configuration defines the categories of positions that can be selected by the user for a particular document type when creating the delivery plan. I have a problem with the delivery plan (LPA type). I have established a delivery plan and am maintaining the schedule by running the MRP. The schedule could be maintained, and I can run the version (generate its version for FRC and JIT). . . .