Determination of Release Code of PO and PR

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We should now try to Release the purchase order for Release Code ‘GM’ by going to Transaction Code ME29N.

 

 

After we have released the Purchase Order for Release Code ‘GM’ the Release Status should be ‘XXX’ in table EKKO for this Purchase Order number. Let us check. 

Now if we want to reset the Release of this Purchase Order then we can reset the Release for any Release Code and that would be reflected in the field Release Status of table EKKO for that Purchase Order number we are dealing with. 

Let us reset the Release for Release Code ‘PM’ of purchase Order  

 

After we have reset the Release for Purchase Order for Release Code ‘PM’ the Release Status should be ‘X’ in table EKKO for this Purchase Order number. Let us check. 

 

Now in Order to release the Purchase Order we have again follow the above method to find out the Release Code in Table T16FS using the Release group and Release Strategy of that Purchase Order. 

This method is very useful when a Purchase Order requires approval when its is Released for the changes in the following fields of a Purchase order: 

  • Material code

  • Short Text Description

  • Delivery Address

  • Account Assignment (Cost Centre/ WBS Element/ Internal Order)

  • Delivery Date

  • Tax Code

For changes in the above field the Event “SIGNIFICANTLYCHANGED” of Business Object ‘Bus2012’ does not gets triggered. So in order to filter the Changes we have to have Change Event of Business Object ‘BUS2012’ as the Triggering event of the Workflow and we have to determine the Release code by using the method mentioned above, as Change event does not pass the Release Code of the purchase Order.

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