Outbound deliveries ensure orders get to customers at the agreed upon date. In this video, discover how to create an outbound delivery in SAP using transaction code VL01N.
- [Instructor] Now we have a sales order in the system … that is ready to be shipped to the customer. … The first step in the shipping process … is to create an outbound delivery document. … To do this, we'll enter transaction code vl01n, … and press Enter. … This brings us to our create outbound delivery … with order reference screen. … If we did not have a sales order to reference, … we could click the without order reference button, … and that takes us into a different transaction. … In our situation, we do have an order, … so the first field we need to enter is shipping point. … Shipping point is the physical location … from where the items will ship. … It could be a warehouse or a loading dock, for example. … We'll click the match code button. … We want shipping point 1710, … as that's the shipping point for our plant. … The selection date is defaulted with today's date. … Once a sales order number is entered, … the system checks the selection date … against the scheduled delivery for each item. …
- Defining an organizational structure for SAP
- Key elements of master data in SAP SD
- Creating sales inquiries, quotations, and orders
- Shipping and transportation processes
- Creating invoices
- Running billing and returns reports
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