For stock transport orders with delivery via shipping, note the prerequisites described below.
In the material master for the supplying plant, you must record the following data:
In the material master for the receiving plant, you must record the following data:
Customer Master Record
The goods recipient of the delivery is the receiving plant.
You must create a customer master record for the receiving plant. From this, both the address and other data that is relevant for shipping, such as transportation zone and shipping condition, are taken.
The customer master record must be created for the organizational units. From the menu, choose Logistics–> Sales and Distribution –>Master Data–>Business Partner–>Customer–> Create (account group Sold-To Party).
Sales and distribution
–Schedule line categories
You assign schedule line categories and movement types in Customizing for Sales and Distribution, under Sales –> Sales Documents –> Schedule Lines –> Assign Schedule Line Categories.
Possible schedule line categories and movement types are:
Schedule line category NN – intra-company-code stock transfer
Schedule line category NC – cross-company-code stock transfer
Movement type 647 – one-step procedure
Movement type 641 – two-step procedure
Shipping point determination depends on the supplying plant, the shipping condition of the customer master record belonging to the receiving plant, and the loading group of the material.
You assign the shipping point to the supplying plant in Customizing for Logistics Execution under Shipping–>Basic Shipping Functions –> Shipping Point and Goods Receiving Point Determination–>Assign Shipping Points.
(See also Enterprise Structure –>Assignment –> Logistics Execution –>Assign shipping point to plant.)
Assign delivery type NL to the combination of order type UB and supplying plant (replenishment delivery for intra-company-code stock transfers).
If you do not assign a delivery type, you can only post the goods issue in inventory management.
You define the delivery type in Customizing for Purchasing under Purchase Order –> Set up Stock Transport Order–>Assign Delivery Type and Checking Rule.
If the document type contains a delivery type but another requirement is missing (for example, shipping data), you receive either a warning message or an error message (depending on the system configuration) when you try to enter the stock transport order.
If you receive a warning message, you can create the stock transport order, but you can post the goods issue for this item only in Inventory Management.
Assign the organizational units (sales organization, distribution channel, and division) to the supplying plant and receiving plant (Purchasing–>Purchase Order –> Set up Stock Transport Order –> Define Shipping Data for Plants).
–Plant customer number
Assign the customer number to the receiving plant (Purchasing –> Purchase Order –> Set up Stock Transport Order–>Define Shipping Data for Plants).
To better depict the customizing, Jimmy Zhang collected those settings into one picture. Maybe it will help you to understand the settings and see the relationships more clearly.
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