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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
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Old 4th December 2012, 22:51
Ankur.Pachauri Ankur.Pachauri is offline
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Sales Schedule Cums Requirement
Baan: Other/Unknown

Hello All,

I am new to Sales Schedule and am failing to understand all the logic / calculation behind all the Cums Field available in sales Schedule/contracts.

There are so many places i see CUMs figure and i fail to understand the meaning of them.

Also we keep on getting an error in SC830s regarding cums incorrect , hence cums have to be manually updated and then the schedule is let in.

The most common error we receive is : Buyers CUM(945) higher than 'total cum. quantity delivered'(675)

I dont know how to or where to see Buyers CUM figure.

Please help me out.

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Ankur
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Old 1st May 2013, 16:02
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This Error is because of no valid business scenario

Hi Ankur,

The error that you receive "Buyers CUM(945) higher than 'total cum. quantity delivered'(675)" is simply not a valid business scenario and hence the baan SCH schedule fails.

In practical business scenario , you can never have your buyer (Customer) CUMS (945) more than your internal CUMS(675) delivered qty and hence baan fails the SCH Schedule.

The Only valid scenario is your internal CUMS being equal or more than the Buyers (Customer) CUM because of some in-transit shipment.

So you will have ask your customer to check their CUMS calculation.

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