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Other partner in IW38/IW39

Postby dgoldman » Sat Nov 15, 2014 3:09 pm

Iw38, Iw39 list PM orders data include customer (sold-to).
We need to add other partner from the order as well.

1. Is it possible to add additional partner (from PM Orders) to those transaction ?
2. "plan B" - Is there is a way for specific order type, to change
the "Customer" from st type( sold-to) to other partner type
3. Is there any other Tran. that list Orders data with "multi partners" ?


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Re: Other partner in IW38/IW39

Postby psquare » Mon Nov 17, 2014 5:43 am

Hi Danny,

I am afraid that within standard SAP only IW40 delivers you the information with multiple partners.
You can still enter one partner role in the selection criteria though,

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Re: Other partner in IW38/IW39

Postby Sallyxu » Thu Nov 20, 2014 5:08 am

You can define the partner in SPRO under Plant maintenance and it applies to all PM orders.
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Re: Other partner in IW38/IW39

Postby OrangeStrawberry » Mon Jan 12, 2015 6:22 am

Appreciate this is an old post but for future reference I wanted to add the following to this post.

There is no standard SAP transaction code which will allow the user to search for multiple partners for maintenance orders. However, the work around solutions are as follows:

1) Use IW40 as mentioned by psquare above. On the initial screen leave partner blank and on the output screen you will see a list of partners, if maintained in the order.

2) Use table 'IHPA' in transaction code SE16, here you can search for maintenance orders, equipments, etc. where the Partner Function is maintained. On the search screen you can specify multiple partners. To search based on orders or equipments enter the Object Number for orders prefixed with ‘OR’, for equipment it is prefixed with ‘IE’ – you will also have to pad it out by entering some zeros after ‘OR’ and ‘IE’ – best to run the table with current date and take an example of the Object Number format which you can then use for your orders or equipments.
Note: as an end user in your organisation you may not have access to SE16 check with support team if they have a custom transaction code which is used for SE16 but 'suppresses' a lot of the SE16 functionality.


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