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Sap Schedule Agreement Output

The state of the latest version remains “yellow” in which you take care of SPRO: Mngmnt Materials -> Purchases -> Messages -> Output Control -> Message Types -> Define Message Types for Scheduling Agreement Release/Expediter, then run Fine-Tuned Control: Forecast Delivery Schedule/Expediter. Here you enable the control box for the 9/A operation and the output you use for the versions. It worked for me. Greetings, Tomek Check if, at each exit of the SA Sch line, you have made a setting to create a new output. spro – Materials industry – Purchasing – Notifications – Output control – Access sequences for the delivery plan define: spro – Materials management – Purchases – Notifications – Output control – Condition scales – Define the table of conditions of the delivery plan – Table 503 (for the purchase type and supplier boxes) and Table 504 (for the type of purchase) 2. That is another matter. the key to view the backlog and the instant requirement is not displayed in SA Release… (I think it should be displayed in the Schedule Line Type column).. although I did the SA with creation profile, which is the relevant indicator of backlog and instant requirement in the general setting of the creation profile. Did I miss something? Question: 1.C is supposed to 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. Perhaps the main difference lies in the scale of aggregation and in the horizon; JIT looks at more specific periods when materials needed… it could fall on time. z.B.: We need 50 mats A on Fridays, 25 at 10:00 and 25 at 12:00, on the other hand, the FRC offer a more approximate forecast of material needs.

z.B.: While the JIT indicates the time, FRC can aggregate it into weeks….

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