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Multiple PO changes

Former Member
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Hi All,

I have to change bunch of po's . I 'm using BAPI_PO_CHANGE(Can Change 1 po at a time), but my problem if for any reason i cannot change one po , then i should roll back the changes made to any po's earluier to processing the current po.

I'm doing a test run and locking all the po's and only if i have no issues with test run and i'm not unlocking the po's until i finish the actual run.

Is there any better approach than this

Thanks in Advance

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nabheetscn
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Call commit only if everything is processed succesfully else do not commit after loop..loop is for yourprocessing of po's one by one..

Nabheet

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Hi ,

Is it a good idea to Call commit after the loop only when everything is ok .

So you're saying if i call Call commit once after loop then it would be good for all po's inside the loop and same is inthe case with roll back

Please confirm

Thanks

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The idea is you commit if everything ok else no need of rollback changes will already be ineffective..

Nabheet