RE:[sap-log-sd] How to Restrict Confirmed Quantity in Sales Order (Based on Batch Expiry)

Reply from Eklavya on Dec 27 at 8:11 AM
Hi Imran,

You can sit with an ABAPer and use the user exit RFBIBL00. Here create settings wherein the system will check the expiration date of the material from the table MCH1 and then propose the actual non expired goods while doing the availability check in the sales order.

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Imran Iqbal
Sent: Sunday, December 25, 2011 9:38 AM
Subject: How to Restrict Confirmed Quantity in Sales Order (Based on Batch Expiry)

Dear SD experts,

Currently our sales order confirms any amount of quantity if stock is available. And only during delivery it checks for the expiration of the batch and reduces the delivery quantity to batches available in stock within expiry.

But since we are doing a bulk creation of deliveries at the end of the day, the check for expired batches is happening too late and no visibility for the data entry operators of stock that cannot be delivered during creation of the sales orders.

So I am looking for solution to restrict the confirmed quantity in sales order to actually confirm only stock what can be delivered. i.e. based on expiry of the batch.


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