Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Checks Using Checking Horizon

The checking horizon defines a time interval (check date + period) in which a product availability check can be carried out. If the requirements date lies within this time interval, the check is carried out. Requirements that lie after the end of the checking horizon are not checked, which means they are confirmed in full. The checking horizon can be used to model the replenishment lead time, for example.

The following prerequisites must be met for using the checking horizon:

The checking horizon and the checking horizon calendar must be entered in the location-specific product master data.

The checking horizon must be activated in Customizing for the check control.

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