When you enter a PO you can define the 'Schedule Type' of that order.
Options are '  ', B for blanket order or 'S' for scheduled.

Type '  ' is your normal order, ie, one PO line, one quantity, one date of
delivery.
Types 'B' or 'S' allow you to define per each PO line a number of quantities
to be delivered at different dates.

I believe that, in your case, you should have, for that PO line, a total
quantity that is separated in two PMP03 lines.

Francisco Amorim
GSI Portugal

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> What does blanket sequence mean and when is it generated? I have
> two entries
> in PMP03 for the same item/PO/vendor and due date, the only difference is
> their blanket sequence number
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