Just-in-Time (JIT) delivery schedule
Provides the vendor with data on required quantities and desired delivery dates/times covering
the near future.
Insuch schedules, the timing of delivery is usually expressed in terms of specific days or even times of the day. Note:equivalent EDI terms for the ”JIT delivery schedule” are: ”Shipping schedule”: (ANSI 862) and ”Delivery just in timemessage” (EDIFACT DELJIT).
Using creation profiles, you can define the criteria for the creation of SA releases (for example, youcan influence the quantities and dates transmitted). SAP recommends defining the
field as a mandatory-entry field (in Customizing for Purchasing:
DefineScreen Layout at Document Level
9. How does the system calculate taxes?10. How does the system calculate nondeductible taxes?11. What is meant by batches? How can the batches be searched?A batch is a subdivision of your stock of a material having the same characteristics.For instance:- food production uses batches to indicate the day of production.- paint production uses batches based on production date and the used ingredients. It isvery hard to reproduce the same color in exactly the same way at two differentmoments.- ore may be divided in batches based on their mineral content. You can search batches using the standard search facility (match code, key F4) based onthe naming convention of the batches or, if you use batch classification, based on thecharacteristics of the batches.12. How is a shelf-life item managed in SAP? What is the full cycle?13. What are the settings required for quota arrangement? To set up a quota arrangement for the procurement of a material, proceed as follows:Master data -> Quota arrangement -> Maintain, enter the material and plant number,press ENTER to display the overview screen for the quota arrangement periods, Enter a