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ME21N - in which table saved the release status for specific release code ?

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and for the specific po number.


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Take the follwoing fields from EKKO




and go to tables




You will find all Release codes in <b>T16FS</b>

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I still not get the answer !

I have an PO an i want to get specific release code status how can i do this ?

HERE is the part logical .

I have ekko-ebeln and ekko-frggr and ekko-frgsx.

I make a select from t16fs by fields ekko-frggr and ekko-frgsx.

In field frgc1 i get the release code.

Now, for the release code i found from t16fs-frgc1 how can i get the status of this

release code ? ? ?

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Use T16Ft->FRGXT to get the text for the release code.

I hopr this helps,


Raju Chitale

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You will find all Release codes in T16FS

Release procedures are used in condition tables to control whether the condition types for these condition tables have to be read during pricing condition determination or not.

If the condition table status is released then only the condition types will be read during pricing determination. If the status is not released, then they can be used for information purposes or for simulation of pricing.

The release status is controlled by processing status too, which can be seen in condition record creation screen.

So in crux, the processing status with Release status help in simulation of pricing, blockign the condition records from being read during pricing etc.

For more information an F1 help on the following path will give you some more information.

SPROSD-BF-PRICING-DEFINE PROCESSING STATUS----Here read the documentation meant for this link. You will get some more clarity on this.

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