Delivery plans are defined and managed as supporting documentation in the system. It is possible to group these documents into different types of documents according to commercial requirements. First, you need to define the types of document and their attributes when adjusting. There are two ways to begin the process of developing a delivery plan: after being sent to SAP APO by sap-ERP, SAP delivery plans through the CIF are programmed, and if the planning results are returned to SAP ERP (purchase returns with SAP delivery contracts as source), they become purchase reqs in SAP ERP. Delivery of the total quantity of materials indicated in a delivery plan item is distributed, over a given period, in a delivery plan consisting of lines indicating individual quantities, with expected delivery dates. Delivery plan validity dates, i.e. “Valid from” and “Valid to” date: Enter the validity dates of the delivery plan A planning agreement completed with the validity dates Properly filled Press the button to view the details of the header. This basic data collects relevant information and fills in the relevant fields accordingly: Once you have defined the types of documents for the delivery plans, select the line for the Doc type and double-click on Authorized Item Categories. Manage on the screen Categories of items allowed for The category of articles, as shown in the following table. These categories of items can be configured to meet business requirements. This configuration determines the categories of items that can be selected by the user when developing the delivery plan for a specific use site. Since a delivery plan is a legal document, the system asks you to fill out the validity data: once you have established the delivery plan and are satisfied with the information provided, tap CTRL-S to register the delivery plan.
The delivery plan has been successfully registered A delivery plan is a longer-term agreement with the Kreditor that covers the delivery of materials under pre-established conditions. The conditions apply for a pre-defined period and a pre-defined amount of purchases. “Planning agreements are used when products are purchased for large quantities at high frequency.