To ensure a customer receives their order in good shape, the order must be packed based on size and fragility. In this video, devise how to create a packing in SAP using transaction code VL02N.
- [Instructor] At this point in the distribution process, … we have an order that has an outbound delivery created, … and the order has been picked from stock. … The next step is packing the order. … To do this, we'll enter back … into the Change Outbound Delivery transaction, … with t code vl02n, and pressing enter. … First, we need to enter the delivery document number … that we'd like to edit. … In our case, it's 80000033. … Next, we'll press Continue. … This brings us to the Delivery Overview screen. … To pack this order, we'll press the Pack button … at the top of the screen. … This brings us to the Processing of Handling Units … for Outbound Delivery screen. … We see in the Material to Be Packed area of the screen … that we have our material from the order … and the partial and total quantities. … These quantity fields are editable, … if we only wanted to pack part of the order. … We do want to pack the entire order, … so we'll leave the proposals as is. … Moving back up to the table above, …
- 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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