Scheduling agreements and batch

We have some customers that need to recive the same material-batch combination if possible due to the fact that then they dont need to recalibrate. So we thought that could be solved with scheduling agreements, but when i create the LD agreement and sets the batch, and schedulines any other orders will use that material/batch if suitble it does nott seem to reserve the batch, only the material. Is it possible to make the scheduling agreement reserve the batch so we dont have to handle this manually.


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