Here is my scenario. I created a contract under tcode ME31K. There is a field with the word “agreement” that relates to the number of the framework agreement. Depending on the message box, I can insert any external number into the field, but once I have filled in and entered all the fields, an error appears stating that “the document number is not within the set interval”. Where in SPRO can I check if it has been preconfigured to the internal number range? For completeness, a screenshot of a value contract with the document number 4600000030 is shown below; the release order statistics for item 20 are similar: the framework contract is a long-term sales contract between the supplier and the customer. There are two types of framework agreements: it contains only one element. After you mark this article, you can click the chart icon to view the statistics of the publication order. This shows how many release contracts have already been concluded for a framework contract (more specifically for a framework post) and, if so, how much remains outstanding. Step 2 – Indicate the name of the supplier, the type of contract, the purchasing organization, the purchasing group and the factory, as well as the date of the agreement. Interestingly, although unlock order statistics may show a total of four purchase receipts, the cumulative sum for the first three is 0. Only the last order with order number 4500017169 and position 10 shows a series of releases of 2 tons, thus reducing the open target quantity from 250 tons to 248 tons. You can clearly see the category (K or L) and the associated document type (LP, WK, MK). Our system includes a total of 154 contracts.
Framework agreements such as volume contracts, value contracts and delivery plans are not stored in their own tables, but also in the EKKO and EKPO tables. Don`t be confused by names or take them to the letter. A release order is an order (or order request from which an order is then generated) with a reference to a framework contract. This is important because it is good to know that, initially, at least for statistics relating to release orders in sap®, tracking operations, such as entries of goods and invoices, play no role in logging. Statistics (i.e. transaction view and data view) display a quantity or value as a release order as soon as the order has been placed. Even if there is ultimately no delivery (and/or receipt of goods) or receipt of invoices, this release order documentation first shows a reduction in the residual quantity/value. This is also shown in the EKAB table, as it contains only the order quantity and net order value as fields, but no information related to the entry or receipt of invoices.. . .