How to Create New Shipping Conditions in SAP

Step 1 : Go to [ spro -> IMG -> Logistics Execution -> Shipping -> Basic Shipping Functions -> Shipping Point and Goods Receiving Point Determination ]

Step 2 : Click on “New Entries” button and start to create your own shipping conditions.

Exercises

1. Create a new Shipping Condition “Zx” and give it a description of Fedex XXX

2. Create a new SAP Sales Document type Zxxx ( as a copy of OR )

3. Assign the newly created Shipping condition to “Zx”. Try to create an order of type Zxxx that you have just created. What are the shipping conditions that you see in the Sales Order ?

4. Create another shipping condition”Zx” and give it a description Fedex 3-day XX

5. Create a new SAP Customer Master ( As a copy of 1400 )

6. Assign the newly created Shipping Condition ( In step No. 4 ) to the Customer master you have created in Step No. 5

7. Create another Sales Order of Type Zxxx with the Customer Master created in Step No. 5 and find out the Shipping Condition determined by SAP

List down the following in the forum

1. Both the Shipping Conditions you have created

2. The SAP Sales document type you have created

3. The Order #s you have created in both the cases.

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21 thoughts on “How to Create New Shipping Conditions in SAP

  1. GAUTAM says:

    Answer-1

    ZG created

    Answer-2

    ZGOR created

    Answer-3

    zg is addded to 89766 and sales order 14399 created–shipping condition-‘FEDEX GAUTAM’

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  2. Ehsan A Shah says:

    Siva, Please take a look
    1. Created Shipping Condition zx with description fedex123
    2. Created sales document ZOR4 and assigned zx.
    3. when saving an order with sold to party 1400 and material m-01, got this msg:
    ” Incomplete document”
    when clicked on edit…got this…..shipping point….no possible entries.
    4. same msg for Q 4,5,and 6. but this time I saved it anyway.
    FUZESERVER02…System…VAN2

    Please comment

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  3. jitesh says:

    hi siva , i am struggling to create a new document type by copying from OR. path i have used is as follows SPRO>IMG>SD>Sales >Document>Define Sales Document type.

    when we are trying to copy it from OR to new entry. i don’t know how to do it?

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  4. SYED SHAH says:

    Hi Siva…Plz check if I have done the following scenario right…Thx

    Scenario 1

    ZU Shipping Condition
    ZSHA Sales Document
    14575 New Sales Order Created

    Scenario 2

    ZZ Shipping Condition
    78612 New Customer Master
    14576 New Sales Order generated (ZSHA document type used)

    In both the scenarios, the Shipping Condition determined in the Sales order is ZU…This shows that the Shipping Conditions assigned in the Sales Document has preference over the one assigned in the customer master.

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  5. Mrunal says:

    Ans1: New shipping condition ‘ZQ’.
    Ans2: ZMR1
    Ans4: ZQ assigned to ZMR1 in the shipping section. New order 14599 created with customer 1400. Shipping condition is ‘ZQ’.
    Ans4: Z3 created.
    Ans5 and 6: Customer 34345 created with shipping condition ‘Z3’.
    Ans7: Order 14598 of type ZMR1 for customer 34345 created. The shipping condition is ‘ZQ’ which is from the sales document type configuration. Shipping condition that was assigned to the customer’Z3’ was overridden by the sales document type.

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  6. Zahid Abbas says:

    1. Create a new Shipping Condition “Zx” and give it a description of Fedex XXX

    ANS: YY

    2. Create a new SAP Sales Document type Zxxx ( as a copy of OR )

    ANS: New Doc.Type “ZZYY” is created

    3. Assign the newly created Shipping condition to “Zx”. Try to create an order of type Zxxx that you have just created. What are the shipping conditions that you see in the Sales Order ?

    ANS: Shipping Conditions “YY” is Assigned to Doc. Type” ZZYY”

    4. Create another shipping condition”Zx” and give it a description Fedex 3-day XX

    ANS: Created Shipping Conditions “ZF”

    5. Create a new SAP Customer Master ( As a copy of 1400 )

    ANS: Customer # 32112 is created

    6. Assign the newly created Shipping Condition ( In step No. 4 ) to the Customer master you have created in Step No. 5

    ANS: Assigned Shipping Conditions “ZF” to Customer # 32112

    7. Create another Sales Order of Type Zxxx with the Customer Master created in Step No. 5 and find out the Shipping Condition determined by SAP

    1. Both the Shipping Conditions you have created

    ANS: YY and ZF are created

    2. The SAP Sales document type you have created

    ANS: ZZYY is created

    3. The Order #s you have created in both the cases.

    ANS: 14717 and 14718 are created

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  7. Satya Chaganti says:

    1. Create a new Shipping Condition “Zx” and give it a description of Fedex XXX

    ####Shipping condition Z9 Created

    2. Create a new SAP Sales Document type Zxxx ( as a copy of OR )

    ####Z005 Sales document created

    3. Assign the newly created Shipping condition to “Zx”. Try to create an order of type Zxxx that you have just created. What are the shipping conditions that you see in the Sales Order ?

    ####Z005 document type of Standard Order created

    4. Create another shipping condition”Zx” and give it a description Fedex 3-day XX

    ####Z5 shipping condition has ben created

    5. Create a new SAP Customer Master ( As a copy of 1400 )

    ####1493 has been created

    6. Assign the newly created Shipping Condition ( In step No. 4 ) to the Customer master you have created in Step No. 5

    ####Z5 Shipping condition assigned

    7. Create another Sales Order of Type Zxxx with the Customer Master created in Step No. 5 and find out the Shipping Condition determined by SAP

    List down the following in the forum
    1. Both the Shipping Conditions you have created

    ####Z9 & Z5

    2. The SAP Sales document type you have created

    ####Z005

    3. The Order #s you have created in both the cases.

    ####14959, 14958

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  8. Edward Emmory says:

    1. Create a new Shipping Condition “Zx” and give it a description of Fedex XXX
    Answer: Z3 (Fedex Airshipment)

    2. Create a new SAP Sales Document type Zxxx ( as a copy of OR )
    Answer: ZOR2

    3. Assign the newly created Shipping condition to “Zx”. Try to create an order of type Zxxx that you have just created. What are the shipping conditions that you see in the Sales Order ?
    Answer: Z3 also included in new order 13417

    4. Create another shipping condition”Zx” and give it a description Fedex 3-day XX
    Answer: Z8 (Fedex 3-day shipment)

    5. Create a new SAP Customer Master ( As a copy of 1400 )
    Answer: Customer 1400 extended to new sales area 3000/10/00

    6. Assign the newly created Shipping Condition ( In step No. 4 ) to the Customer master you have created in Step No. 5
    Answer: Z8 added to customer master 1400

    7. Create another Sales Order of Type Zxxx with the Customer Master created in Step No. 5 and find out the Shipping Condition determined by SAP
    Answer: order 13418 created, Z3 shipping condition defaulted, which means the shipping condition added to sales doc type overwrite condition on masterdata

    List down the following in the forum

    1. Both the Shipping Conditions you have created
    Answer: Z3 & Z8

    2. The SAP Sales document type you have created
    Answer: ZOR2

    3. The Order #s you have created in both the cases.
    Answer: 13417 & 13418

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  9. Larry Cabral says:

    1. Create a new Shipping Condition “Zx” and give it a description of Fedex XXX
    Created shipping condition ZM Fedex LC Tst 1 and saved it (prompted for customizing request.

    2. Create a new SAP Sales Document type Zxxx ( as a copy of OR ).
    I created the ZLC1 sales document type and the shipping condition ZM during the process.

    3. Assign the newly created Shipping condition to “Zx”. Try to create an order of type Zxxx that you have just created. What are the shipping conditions that you see in the Sales Order ?
    I created order 135086. It showed the new ZM shipping conditions value. The customer (19102/3000/10/00 was coded with 09 (pickup) as the shipping condition value. The “OR standard order document does not have a shipping conditions value assigned. This seems to indicate a hierarchy to select the shipping condition to assign to an order. I assume if the sales document type contains a shipping condition value it will take precedence over the customer level shipping condition value.

    4. Create another shipping condition”Zx” and give it a description Fedex 3-day XX
    I created shipping condition ZN Fedex 3-day LC.

    5. Create a new SAP Customer Master ( As a copy of 1400 )
    Customer 19103 Larry C Test customer 1 was created and the ZN transportation code assigned.

    6. Assign the newly created Shipping Condition ( In step No. 4 ) to the Customer master you have created in Step No. 5
    Customer 19103 Larry C Test customer 1 was created and the ZN transportation code assigned.

    7. Create another Sales Order of Type Zxxx with the Customer Master created in Step No. 5 and find out the Shipping Condition determined by SAP
    I created order 135090. It showed the ZN shipping conditions value.

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  10. Nas says:

    1. Create a new Shipping Condition “Zx” and give it a description of Fedex XXX
    Created shipping condition ZM Fedex LC Tst 1 and saved it (prompted for customizing request.
    Ans: Created YN.

    2. Create a new SAP Sales Document type Zxxx ( as a copy of OR ).
    I created the YNOR sales document type.

    3. Assign the newly created Shipping condition to “Zx”. Try to create an order of type Zxxx that you have just created. What are the shipping conditions that you see in the Sales Order ?
    : Can See YN

    4. Create another shipping condition”Zx” and give it a description Fedex 3-day XX
    I created shipping condition YM.

    5. Create a new SAP Customer Master ( As a copy of 1400 )
    Customer 1503.

    6. Assign the newly created Shipping Condition ( In step No. 4 ) to the Customer master you have created in Step No. 5
    Customer 1503 customer 1 was created and the YM transportation code assigned.

    7. Create another Sales Order of Type Zxxx with the Customer Master created in Step No. 5 and find out the Shipping Condition determined by SAP
    NasYm Standard Order (YNOR) 14096 has been saved. Here is YN showing. Which means, customer Master shipping Condition is overridden by Sales Order Document type Shipping Condition.

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  11. Mital Shah says:

    Hi Siva,

    I try to create sales documents type but some reason I got message :The data is locked by user FUZESERVER49 and can be
    displayed only.

    Please unlocked data from fuzeserver49.

    Thanks,
    Mital

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  12. Mital Shah says:

    1. Create a new Shipping Condition “Zx” and give it a description of Fedex XXX
    Answer: Created a new Shipping Condition “ZD” and give it a description of FedEx Express.
    2. Create a new SAP Sales Document type Zxxx ( as a copy of OR )
    Answer: Created new Sales Document type ZMA.
    3. Assign the newly created Shipping condition to “Zx”. Try to create an order of type Zxxx that you have just created. What are the shipping conditions that you see in the Sales Order?
    Answer: Created order type ZMA and shipping conditions has assigned by system is ZD(FedEx Express), Order:25539
    4. Create another shipping condition”Zx” and give it a description Fedex 3-day XX
    Answer: Created another shipping condition “ZV” and gave it description “Fedex 3-days”
    5. Create a new SAP Customer Master ( As a copy of 1400 )
    Answer: Created a new Customer master 4750 as a copy of 1400.
    6. Assign the newly created Shipping Condition (In step No. 4) to the Customer master you have created in Step No. 5
    Answer: Assigned shipping condition “ZV” to Customer master 4750.
    7. Create another Sales Order of Type Zxxx with the Customer Master created in Step No. 5 and find out the Shipping Condition determined by SAP
    Answer: Created another sales order of type ZMD with the customer master 4750.
    Shipping condition is determine by SAP from Sales order type even though shipping condition determine in customer master document.
    Conclusion: SAP system take shipping condition from sales documents type and overridden shipping condition from customer master.
    List down the following in the forum
    1. Both the Shipping Conditions you have created
    Answer: Created shipping condition “ZD” and “ZV”.
    2. The SAP Sales document type you have created
    Answer: Created sales documents type “ZMA” and “ZMD”.
    3. The Order #s you have created in both the cases.
    Answer: Order: 25539 and 25540.

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  13. jitesh says:

    1. Create a new Shipping Condition “Zx” and give it a description of Fedex XXX

    Answer: created Shipping condition ZJ: next day before 10 am

    2. Create a new SAP Sales Document type Zxxx ( as a copy of OR )
    Answer: created YOR3

    3. Assign the newly created Shipping condition to “Zx”. Try to create an order of type Zxxx that you have just created. What are the shipping conditions that you see in the Sales Order ?

    Answer: assigned shipping condition ZJ to YOR3

    4. Create another shipping condition”Zx” and give it a description Fedex 3-day XX
    Answer: Created ZK ; next day delivery before 5 pm

    5. Create a new SAP Customer Master ( As a copy of 1400 )
    Created: customer number 1452

    6. Assign the newly created Shipping Condition ( In step No. 4 ) to the Customer master you have created in Step No. 5
    Answer: Assigned ZK to 1452 into sales view under shipping tab

    7. Create another Sales Order of Type Zxxx with the Customer Master created in Step No. 5 and find out the Shipping Condition determined by SAP

    Answer: created order : it has taken shipping condition from sales document type. So Shipping condition maintained at Sales Document level took priority over customer master as a default.

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  14. Murali Kotikalapoodi says:

    1. Both the Shipping Conditions you have created

    Ans: ZX and ZY

    2. The SAP Sales document type you have created
    Ans: Zxxx

    3. The Order #s you have created in both the cases.
    # 13663 and #13664

    **** Inference: The shipping conditions (ZX) created in document type (ZXXX) has precedence over the SC (ZY) created in the customer master.

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  15. Mahesh says:

    1. Both the Shipping Conditions you have created
    MM and ZM

    2. The SAP Sales document type you have created
    ZM – Standard Order MD2

    3. The Order #s you have created in both the cases.
    13871 and 13872

    Question to Siva?
    7. Create another Sales Order of Type Zxxx with the Customer Master created in Step No. 5 and find out the Shipping Condition determined by SAP

    Can you please explain this. I was not able to find any Shipping Condition Field.
    Thanks

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  16. Ronaldo says:

    1. Create a new Shipping Condition “Zx” and give it a description of Fedex XXX

    Answer: Created a new Shipping Condition “RS” and give it a description of FedEx GROUND.

    2. Create a new SAP Sales Document type Zxxx ( as a copy of OR )

    Answer: Created new Sales Document type ZRSD.

    3. Assign the newly created Shipping condition to “Zx”. Try to create an order of type Zxxx that you have just created. What are the shipping conditions that you see in the Sales Order?

    Answer: Created order type ZRSD and shipping conditions has assigned by system is RS(FedEx ground ), Order:13875
    4. Create another shipping condition”Zx” and give it a description Fedex 3-day XX
    5.
    Answer: Created another shipping condition “ZS” and gave it description “Fedex 3-days”

    5. Create a new SAP Customer Master ( As a copy of 1400 )

    Answer: Created a new Customer master 52 as a copy of 1400.

    6. Assign the newly created Shipping Condition (In step No. 4) to the Customer master you have created in Step No. 5

    Answer: Assigned shipping condition “ZS” to Customer master 52.

    7. Create another Sales Order of Type ZRSD with the Customer Master created in Step No. 5 and find out the Shipping Condition determined by SAP

    Answer: Created another sales order of type ZRSD with the customer master 52.
    SAP system takes shipping condition from sales documents type and overrides shipping condition from customer master.

    List down the following in the forum

    1. Both the Shipping Conditions you have created

    Answer: Created shipping condition “RS” and “ZS”.

    2. The SAP Sales document type you have created

    Answer: Created sales document type “ZRSD” .

    3. The Order #s you have created in both the cases.
    Answer: Order: 13875 and 13876.

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  17. David says:

    Sales Header ZDG1=OR
    Customer= David1
    Used account group ZDG1

    Shipping conditions saved in sales header will override customer shipping conditions.

    Thank you,

    David

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  18. Ilana says:

    1. Create a new Shipping Condition “Zx” and give it a description of Fedex XXX

    Created ZI shipping condition

    2. Create a new SAP Sales Document type Zxxx ( as a copy of OR )

    Created ZOI sales doc type

    3. Assign the newly created Shipping condition to “Zx”. Try to create an order of type Zxxx that you have just created. What are the shipping conditions that you see in the Sales Order ?
    Shipping condition ZI is assigned to doc type ZOI. Order 14074 is created with ZI shipping conditions assigned automatically.

    4. Create another shipping condition”Zx” and give it a description Fedex 3-day XX

    Shipping condition ZL is created

    5. Create a new SAP Customer Master ( As a copy of 1400 )

    Customer 93 is created

    6. Assign the newly created Shipping Condition ( In step No. 4 ) to the Customer master you have created in Step No. 5

    Shipping condition ZL is assigned to customer 93

    7. Create another Sales Order of Type Zxxx with the Customer Master created in Step No. 5 and find out the Shipping Condition determined by SAP

    SO 14075 is created with customer 93 and order type ZOI.
    The shipping condition is taken from sales order type and not from customer master.

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