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Understanding Request Date Derivation and B2B Purchase Orders

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In the following case, in the B2B flow, I understand that I want to recognize the scheduled shipping date (arrival date) and I want to ship from on-hand if there is on-hand inventory, but is it correct?


Any good ideas for doing both?


In the ATP rule, if the date set in the ATP time fence is exceeded, the total quantity will be ordered without considering the quantity on hand. (ATP rule is supply chain effective search)


In addition, this date will be displayed in the "Estimate Order Availability Quantity" on the sales order creation screen.

It is a recognition that is also taken into account when calculating the lead time when clicking .

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