Service PO behavior

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theChiel
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Service PO behavior

Post by theChiel » Sun Nov 02, 2014 5:12 pm

Can someone explain and/or help with the following.

Scenario 1
I create a service PO and plan a service for 2 @ $1.
I create an SES, copy the planned service and receive a qty of 1 at the $1 ... GR valve $1.
I create another SES, copy the planned service and receive a qty of 1 at the $1 ... GR valve $1 - total PO GR value $2.
I create another SES, copy the planned service to receive a qty of 1 at the $1 ... and get an error saying that my receipt qty exceeds my planned.

Scenario 2
I create a service PO and plan a service for 2 @ $1 but his time check the price change allowed box.
I create an SES, copy the planned service and change the value to $10,000 ... GR valve $10,000.

In scenario 2 why does SAP allow me to over receive the value of the PO and is there anyway that I can prevent this. I realise that I have allowed the value of the service to be changed but at no point have I specified that the PO value should be ignored.

Thanks in advance
What do you mean there's no undo !!!

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Re: Service PO behavior

Post by Ha Tran » Sun Nov 02, 2014 7:28 pm

Hi,

The simple fact is that the system controls the service quantity instead of service value. Having said that you can use the standard user exit to control this.

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HT

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Re: Service PO behavior

Post by theChiel » Tue Nov 04, 2014 11:40 am

Thanks

Any pointers on the user exit that would be used for this and the code that would be needed to check against the PO limit.

Thanks Again.
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Re: Service PO behavior

Post by Ha Tran » Tue Nov 04, 2014 6:32 pm

Hi,

Take a look at the user exit EXIT_SAPLMLSP_031 (Enhancement SRVESLL).

Cheers,
HT

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