Before an order can be shipped, the correct quantity of goods must be picked from inventory and recorded. In this video, assess the steps to record picking for a delivery in SAP using transaction code VL02N.
- [Instructor] Picking in SAP is the process of taking goods … from a storage location and preparing the right quantity … of the material in a picking area … so the goods are ready to ship. … We're going to record picking … for delivery in the outbound delivery document. … To update the delivery document, … we use transaction code vl02n, and press Enter. … This brings us to our change outbound delivery screen. … We need to enter the delivery document number … that we'd like to edit. … We'll enter document number 80000033, … we'll press Continue to enter this document. … For picking, we need to click the picking tab. … We can see that the overall pick status of this order … is set to A, and that this order has not yet been picked. … We'll now move down to our all items table, … and enter 50 in the pick quantity field … to match the delivery quantity of 50. … We'll press Enter so the system can read this information. … We can now see that our overall pick status … has changed from not yet picked, …
- 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
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Sales and Distribution Overview
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