Entry of catch weight at customer order entry

A catch weight will only be entered on the customer order line if the order quantity is negative (i.e. a customer return) or if the 'CO type' in 'CO Type. Open' (OIS010) is set up for direct delivery (i.e. the status goes directly to '66 – Delivered' or '77 - Invoiced' when exiting customer order entry).

If a catch weight is entered for the customer order line, then the quantity in sales price U/M is calculated as described in the section 'Managing sales price U/M for items with location based catch weight'.

The quantity in the sales price U/M is displayed as the 'Remains to invoice' quantity on the customer order line details in 'Customer Order. Open Line' (OIS101) and panel versions in 'Customer Order. Open Lines' (OIS101) and 'Customer Order. Open Line Toolbox' (OIS301) if the panel version field '&TOINV' is used.

The quantity in the sales price U/M is used to calculate a number of things:

The difference between the two values on the order header is that the 'Order value gross' (BRAM) is the 'Remains to invoice value' while the 'Total order value gross' (BRLA) is the 'Ordered value'. They are updated when:

Order Entry Statistics (OSS900)

The catch weight (as cost quantity) is used to calculate the cost in the order entry statistics (OSASTD - UCOS, PCLA, and ACOS).

The quantity in the sales price U/M, which is calculated from the CW quantity, is used to calculate the gross line amount (GRPR), discounts (DIA1-6, OFRA), and the net line amount (SAAM).

External Documents

The quantity in the sales price U/M (and the sales price U/M) is printed on the order confirmation (OIS606 and OIS608), the pro forma invoice (OIS641 and OIS643), and the quotation (QPS601). It is also used to calculate the net line amount.

The catch weight (and the catch weight U/M) is sent in the stream file (0LXECAWE and 0LXECWUN) for the order confirmation (OIS606 and OIS608), the pro forma invoice (OIS641 and OIS643), the invoice (OIS193 and OIS99), and the quotation (QPS601).

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