Tx.com> Subject: [sap-r3-log] R=E: Print delivery plan = Thank you for your comment, but I still can`t use ME38 to print the order itself. Although I see Delivery Scedule, my question is how to print from here an actual order that we usually see on paper. Again, please maintain the SA delivery plan via ME38 and keep the requirements available from there or from the preview program (do not memorize the TCode). A delivery plan is a long-term framework contract between the supplier and the customer for predefined material or service that is provided on predefined dates within a time frame. A delivery plan can be designed in two ways: my problem is the pressure of the delivery plan. For a given SA, the recipient`s address is not printed during printing (via ME9E). However, there was no such problem for all previous deliveries under the same contract. Can any body suggest what I need to examine? Thnx in advance The terms of a framework contract apply up to a certain period of time and cover a certain quantity or predefined value. The main points to consider in the context of a framework contract are the following: a framework contract is a long-term sales contract with a supplier that contains conditions for the material to be delivered by the seller.

Step 4 – Indicate the delivery date and target quantity. Click Save. For the delivery plan, classifications are now maintained. A framework contract can consist of the following two types – Step 2 – Indicate the number of the delivery plan. ME9L transaction for viewing and printing the layout. Before that, you need to configure message search in the IMG setting of the delivery plan. |——–+————————>| | “Nash Warren|| | on || | sap-r3-log » || | || | || | 02.10.2003 || | 12:40 || | Answer|| | to sap-r3-log || | || ——–+————————> >——————————————————–| | | | An: kamal.sachdeva | | cc: | | Subject: [sap-r3-log] RE: Delivery plan| | | print>——————————————————-| A delivery plan is a certain type of order and therefore has its transactions seeded (ME33L to display as you mentioned). Supplier selection is an important process in the procurement cycle.

Suppliers can be selected through the offer process. After pre-selecting a supplier, an organization enters into an agreement with that particular supplier to deliver certain items under certain conditions. When an agreement is concluded, a formal contract is usually signed with the supplier. A framework contract is therefore a long-term sales contract with a supplier. .