In the second (Package Items) block, you assign item shipments to the selected package.
The Ordered by field shows by which fields the displayed records are sorted. By default, the records are ordered by order number, supplement, position, sub position, item shipment position, and item shipment sub position. To change the order criteria, click the Order By ... button at the bottom of the screen, or select either Order by this field ascending or Order by this field descending from the shortcut menu available on the field level. If you select Order by this field descending, the field name is lengthened by the supplement '(desc)' to show that the data is currently displayed in a descending order.
Click in the Pos field and click LOV to open Window 2 where all item shipments appear that do not belong to the selected package and whose quantity has not been completely placed in packages. Select the Sel check box of all item shipments you want to add to the package and click Fill In. Window 2 closes and the selected item shipments are added to the package as package items.
The package items appear with their agreement position in Pos, agreement sub position in Sub, item shipment position in IS Pos, and item shipment sub position in IS Sub. For item shipments created by the buyer, the item shipment position is increased and the item shipment sub position is 1. For item shipments created by the expediter, the item shipment position is kept and the item shipment sub position is increased.
The name or number of the agreement to which the item shipment belongs appears in the Order Number field, with the agreement supplement in the Suppl field.
Depending on the setting of project default ZP_ISH_QTY, the latest supplement (ZP_ISH_QTY = NEW) or the first supplement for which the item shipment has been created (ZP_ISH_QTY = KEEP or KWO0) is shown.
The Ident Code field shows the ident code for the ident placed on the item shipment. The background color of this field is red if the attribute defined by project default ZP_DEVATTR has been assigned either to the corresponding order line item or the item shipment itself.
The tag number of the ident appears in the Tag Number field. If the item rule of the ident is SWT, TFM, TOM, or TWM, you can double-click in this field to open the S.80.25 Tag Description and History screen showing the Tag Description and Tag History tabs. If the item type is SWT and if the tag number and the commodity code are identical and ATTR_NUM3 contains the ident, only the Tag History tab is shown. For other item rules like SOT, only the Tag History tab is available. If the item rule of the ident is TAB, the Ident Layout and Tag History tabs of S.80.25 are displayed. You can only open S.80.25 with a double-click if the tag number is not like '---' and not like 'UNTAGGED'.
For idents with item rule TAB, TFM, TOM, or TWM, you can update the tag number. When doing so, you are asked whether you want to use the S.80.24 Rename Tagged Items screen for this change or if you want to update the tag number immediately. S.80.24 allows you to check all documents in which the tag number is used prior to changing it. Moreover, you can update only the commodity code, only the tag number, or both commodity code and tag number in the case of item rules TFM, TOM, and TWM. For idents of rule TAB, you can only update the tag number itself. If you decide to immediately update, both the commodity code and the tag number are updated for item rules TFM, TOM, and TWM. For idents of rule TAB, only the tag number is changed.
If a tag number has been changed by another user and not by yourself, the background color of the tag number is red. If you then open S.80.25 by double-clicking on the tag number, you are asked whether you want to acknowledge the renaming of the tag number. If you select Yes, the red background color disappears.
The commodity code and sizes of the ident appear in the Commodity Code and Size 1 to 5 fields.
Enter the quantity of the package item per package in the Quantity per Package field. When you change the quantity per package, the total quantity is automatically adjusted by multiplying the quantity per package with the package quantity.
In the Total Quantity field, enter the total quantity of the package item. This total quantity considers the package quantity in the Quantity field in the upper block. When you modify the total quantity, the quantity per package is automatically adjusted by dividing the total quantity by the package quantity.
When you add an item shipment to the package, the item shipment quantity that is still outstanding is automatically inserted. But you can change this value. The quantity that is still outstanding is calculated as item shipment quantity - total of quantities for this item shipment to be found in any package.
If the project default ZP_PCK_QTY is set to Y, there is no limit for the quantity placed on a package. If ZP_PCK_QTY is set to N, the total quantity of an item shipment placed in packages cannot exceed the item shipment quantity.
The unit of the item shipment quantity appears in the Quantity Unit field.
In the Item Ship Weight field, enter the weight of the item shipment for a quantity of 1.
The weight unit of the item shipment appears in the Weight Unit field.
Select the Hazardous check box if this package item is hazardous. If you select the check box, specify the hazardousness of the item in the Hazard Details field.
Enter the dimensions of the package item in the x Dimension, y Dimension, and z Dimension fields.
The package item dimension unit appears in the Dim Unit field. By default, the unit assigned to project default ZX_DIM is set when you create a new package item. You can double-click in this field to open the A.10.12 Units of Measure screen where the units are defined. You can select units that are defined for unit groups DIMENSION, LENGTH, or QUANTITY.
The item shipment volume is automatically calculated for a quantity of 1 by multiplying the x-, y- and z-dimension of the item shipment. The volume appears in the Item Ship Volume field, with its unit in the Volume Unit field as defined with project default ZX_VOLUME. If necessary the dimensions are converted to the unit given by project default ZX_DIM. If the conversion factor is missing, -1 appears in the Item Ship Volume field.
The freight tons of the item shipment appear in the Freight Ton field. The metric measurement freight tons is the maximum of either the total weight in metric tons or the total volume in cubic meters, whichever is greater. In order for the software to calculate the freight tons correctly, you must provide values for the project defaults ZX_TON and ZX_CUBIC_M and possibly conversion factors on A.10.13 Unit to Unit. With project default ZX_TON, you define the metric weight unit that represents 'tons'; with project default ZX_CUBIC_M you define the unit representing 'cubic meters'. If the weight unit of the release note or the default volume unit of the project differ from these units, a conversion is done before the freight tons are determined. A freight ton value of -1 indicates that a conversion factor is missing on A.10.13.
The OSD Traffic indicator shows whether a traffic OSD that has not been closed exists for the package item. You can double-click the check box to open the PT.30.03 OSD for Package Items screen where the OSD appears.
The OSD Site indicator shows whether a site OSD that has not been closed exists for the package item. You can double-click the check box to open the C.20.09.04 OSD for Package Items screen where the OSD appears.
The Ident Short Description field shows the short description of the selected ident.
If an ident deviation has occurred for the item shipment, that is, if the attribute that has been assigned to project default ZP_DEVATTR has been assigned either to the corresponding order line item or the item shipment, the value of this attribute appears in the Ident Deviation field because this value is assumed to be the new correct ident short description.
You can click the Split Tag button to create splits for order line items or item shipments. For more information, see Split Tag.
If you want to create more than just one split, you can enter the number of splits in the No. of Splits field before clicking Split Tag.
If you have selected a master tag or a potential master tag, the label of the button is Split Tag. If you select a detail tag, the label of this button is Split Master Tag. If you click Split Master Tag, another detail tag is created based on the master tag of the selected detail tag.
The newly created detail tag is added to the selected package.
You can pack either the master tag or the detail tags but not both of them. This does not only refer to an individual package but to all packages. That is, if you have started a master packing, you can only pack the master tag on any other package; if you have started a detail packing, only the details can be packed on any other package.
Generally, the software assumes that you want to pack the detail tags. Therefore, whenever possible, the software generates package items with a quantity of 0 for master tags. If, however, the master tag has already been packed, the detail tags are inserted with a quantity of 0.
Even if you pack the detail tags, the master tag is included in the package. Deleting the master tag results in an automatic deletion of all its detail tags. When a master tag is selected or inserted, all its detail tags are automatically inserted. If you decide for a master packing, you can delete the detail tags.
Click the Attributes button to open A.50.21 Attached Attributes where you can view and maintain the attributes assigned to the selected item shipment.