- SAP SD Tutorial
- SAP SD - Home
- SAP SD - Introduction
- Customer & Material Master Data
- SAP SD - Create Partner Function
- SAP SD - Create Material Stock
- SAP SD - Create MM For Sales View
- SAP SD - Customer Account Groups
- SAP SD - Pre-Sales Activities
- SAP SD - Create Quotations
- SAP SD - Sales Support
- SAP SD - Sales Order Processing
- SAP SD - Creation of Sales Order
- SAP SD - Defining a Sales Document
- SAP SD - Item Categories
- SAP SD - Schedule Lines Categories
- SAP SD - Copy Control
- SAP SD - Log of INComplete Items
- SAP SD - Pricing
- SAP SD - Condition Record & Table
- Condition Techniques & Types
- SAP SD - Access Sequence
- Prices, Surcharges & Discounts
- SAP SD - Product Proposals
- Listing, Determination & Exclusion
- SAP SD - Sales Order Types
- SAP SD - Free of Charge Deliveries
- SAP SD - Outline Agreements
- SAP SD - Quota Arrangement
- SAP SD - Special Business Process
- SAP SD - Shipping
- Shipping Point & Route Determination
- SAP SD - Define Routes & Stages
- SAP SD - Outbound Delivery
- SAP SD - Delivery Processing
- Picking, Packing & Post Good Issue
- SAP SD - Introduction to Billing
- SAP SD - Billing Methods
- SAP SD - Credit Management
- Mapping Enterprise Structure
- SAP SD Useful Resources
- SAP SD - Questions Answers
- SAP SD - Quick Guide
- SAP SD - Useful Resources
- SAP SD - Discussion
- Selected Reading
- UPSC IAS Exams Notes
- Developer's Best Practices
- Questions and Answers
- Effective Resume Writing
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SAP SD - Outbound Delivery
With the availability of material or transport scheduling date, outbound delivery is required for due shipping lines. It involves shipping activities like picking of goods, transportation scheduling, etc. An outbound delivery is done with the shipping points and is determined at the time of placing the order. You can also define a shipping point manually at a later stage.
Following are some checklist points to be carried out when a delivery is created −
To check the material and order to ensure if the outbound delivery of goods is possible.
Defining the quantity of goods and its availability.
Packing the outbound delivery.
Calculating weight or volume of delivery.
Find out the delivery situation and the delivery agreement.
Defining the route.
Finding the pickup location.
Quality check of material to be delivered.
Updating and changing the status of the sales order.
If there is a change in a delivery situation, you can change the delivery after it is created.
How to create an Outbound Delivery?
If you know the order number, you can create one outbound delivery for a single order. You can change the shipping data at any point, if required.
Use T-Code: VL10B
Enter the Shipping Point from shipping data. In the Purchase Order tab, enter PO number due for delivery and quantity.
To create an outbound delivery with Order Ref or W/O Order Reference, use T-Code: VL01N
To change the outbound delivery, Use T-Code: VL02N