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Partial picking and PGI (with Idoc)

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Partial picking and PGI (with Idoc)

Postby olatornblom » Sun Sep 14, 2014 6:37 am


a) We have a scenario where we would like to achieve partial picking and PGI with Idoc:

For example
In the delivery the delivery qty is 10 from the beginning, but we would like to pick only 7 and perform the PGI anyway. The 3 remaining units should remain open and create a new delivery with VL10 or whatever. For the picking confirmation we are using SHP_OBDLV_CONFIRM_DECENTRAL03. We are not using WM, just inventory management in this scenario.

We know that per standard SAP functionality the picking quantity must match the delivery quantity when doing the PGI.

b) However: we have another scenario where we run picking and confirmation from a DWMS, where all confirmations are made by the idoc type SHP_OBDLV_CONFIRM_DECENTRAL03. In this scenario, it is possible to achieve the partial picking and PGI.

So my questions are really:

1) Anyone knows why SHP_OBDLV_CONFIRM_DECENTRAL03 would post partial picking PGI with DWMS succesfully, and not with a "normal" scenario where there is no DWMS in use, just a normal plant/storage location?
2) Anyone knows a suitable idoc type to achieve partial picking idoc, one where the picking qty and the delivery qty could be adjusted at the same time so that picked and delivery quantities would be exactly the same?
3) Any suitable user exit that could be used in order to change the delivery qty according to what has been picked for the delivery? Some success stories around it would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
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