Before the publication of 1909, it was not possible to plan the transport of delivery plans (in mm-calendar) with on-board transport management (TM) in S/4HANA. The ability to schedule integrated TM transport for MM classifications was an important demand/requirement for several customers and has now been met by SAP with the S/4HANA 1909 release. After the sap delivery plans have been sent to SAP APO via the SAP ERP CIF, they are scheduled and when the results of the planning (purchase reqs with SAP delivery plans as a source) are returned to SAP ERP, they will become purchasing reqs to SAP ERP. Refer to SAP 2088322 streamlining the appointment agreement and layout type settings (in OMDQ) to represent the relevant business process. “A delivery plan is a framework contract between a customer and a supplier. It indicates the total quantity of products that a supplier must deliver to the customer for a certain period of time. We were never so pleased with the explanation of SAP`s delivery plans until we found them in the book Supply Chain Management with SAP APO. Here it is: the SAP appointment agreement in APO can be followed in the release-collaboration process within SNP. A typical process of the MM plan agreement with integrated TM is illustrated in the following figure. The needs/needs of a material are first planned (planned), then an agreement is established with a supplier for the delivery of the material at regular intervals at an agreed price. Create/update plan delivery plans from the plan agreement (SA) below. Freight units (FU) are created in on-board TM. Then the transport of the material is planned and a freight order (FO) is placed in the integrated TM. In real life, for various business reasons, the date provided for in the provision may not be met with the scheduled date after the planning of the transport.
If there is a date change in FO w.r.t the date scheduled in MRP, the same date will be automatically updated in FU (depending on the settings) and SA (via a synchronization program). The supplier is then informed/updated of the updated calendar. Delivery plans become only a source of supply (in SAP APO). SAP delivery plans are two things for SAP APO. My current blog is meant to describe the process of making appointments/MM line with tm built-in, relevant SAP screenshots and important configurations and sync schedule. One of the problems we encountered when developing an SAP delivery plan was that we had a currency mismatch. We went to this transaction (OB08) and introduced a currency conversion. “Delivery plans are used when products are purchased for large quantities at high frequency. It is precisely in the automotive industry that this is a common mode of supply. The principle is to have an object – the delivery plan – with a target quantity and the appropriate conditions, to plan the entries in the form of “classifications” (according to the order requirements) and to send the orders – the “releases” to the supplier in connection with the delivery plan.
Versions are created for a defined horizon and updated at defined intervals. In addition to operational releases, it is possible to send forecast shares to the provider to inform them of planned requirements in the future. Thus, the delivery plan is an object that supports collaboration with the supplier. SAP futures are included in an integration model and have their checkbox and a set of options in the CIF. Delivery plans are long-term purchase contracts in SAP ERP. It can be seen as a non-supply chain control over supply. This contrasts with forms of order control, such as for example. B sizes of los. Delivery plans are put in place to ensure that the planning system adheres to business rules and assigns demand to a given supply….