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Report SDRQCHCK – An Analysis tool for Availability and Transfer of Requirements

I’ve updated previous version to give a better approach at most helpful functionalities of this report.

How many times we get questions from our users / customers / ourselves on how system calculated schedule dates for a line item in a sales document? Which were the duration of the activities? How much time does it takes to find answers? Is it possible to provide a fast answer?

Similarly, we may need to check, in a fast way, how system determined the schedule line category and requirement class without digging into custo.


No problem! We can use report SDRQCHCK.

Let’s have a look at it. Execute SDRQCHCK via tcode SE38. Enter a sales document and execute.


On next screen, select a document and click on “Dev/transp schedule” button to display how schedule dates for the line item were determined and calculated:


Let’s see how to understand it by comparing results of the analysis with sales order and custo.


How system determined scheduling dates according to durations after determining material availability date

As a reminder:

A. Load time and pick & pack time determination comes from TVST table (shipping point) or it is route dependent. It will be displayed accordingly (in the example, comes from TVST).

  • Data in TVST is maintained in img – Enterprise Structure – Definition – Logistics Execution – Define, copy, delete, check shipping point or img – sales and distribution-basic functions-delivery scheduling and transportation scheduling-maintain durations for shipping point.
  • Data if Route dependent, is maintained in img – sales and distribution-basic functions-delivery scheduling and transportation scheduling-maintain durations for pick/pack time and loading time.

B. Transit time and transportation planning time comes from the route

Once material availability date is determined, system will calculate when transport planning date starts.

When checking calculated dates, don’t forget about public holydays defined in the factory calendar you’re using.

Notice that times (pick&pack, transit time…) has been converted into hours under determined times column.

Data shown in the example come from:


Now let’s see the other important functionality, how transfer of requirements and requirement class were determined.

We can select a document and click on “Req class sched line cat” button to display how requirement class and schedule line category of the line item were determined without the need of digging in custo:




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