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How to get a GUID from a PO_NUMBER ?

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How to get a GUID from a PO_NUMBER ?

Postby Thomas JOUANNOT » Wed Apr 12, 2006 10:30 am

Hello !

I'm French so excuse my English :)

I'm new on SAP and I'm looking for a way to get the GUID of a PO as I've its PO_NUMBER...

Can anyone help me ?

Thank you !
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use bbp_pd

Postby srmguru » Wed Apr 12, 2006 6:30 pm

execute transaction bbp_pd
enter PO number & bus document type
and you will see the corresponding GUID

or do you need to do this via an ABAP?
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Postby Thomas JOUANNOT » Thu Apr 13, 2006 2:05 am

Indeed I need to do this via an ABAP report :)

I tried via the method you gave me, with "BUS2201" which corresponds to Purchase Order object type, but even when i'm giving no PO_NUMBER, it returns me no object, as if there were'nt any PO in SRM...

My overall problem is to get a Shopping Cart number from its EC PO...
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OK -

Postby srmguru » Sat Apr 15, 2006 9:57 am

So based on the information you provided, I'm going to have to guess that you are working in "Classic" mode? So when you create shopping carts in the SRM system, after the are fully approved a follow on document is created in R3. So in your system, there will be no purchase order in SRM. So what you'll need to do is

bbp_pd
search for all shopping carts
drill down into ITEM detail
look for "BE" (back end) -
all of the back end purchasing documents (PO, if applicable)
will be available in the item detail

Does this make sense? I think the easiest way is to start from the shopping cart in SRM, look at item detail to find "back end" documents, which will be your PRs or POs.

Jim
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