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Final confirmation flag in operation proagate to the header

Mishael
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Hello,

In the service order, when I confirm an operation with the flag "final confirmation", the status is propagated to the header status. While all other order's operations are not yet confirmed ...

It is possible to avoid the propagation of status CNF or PCNF (partial) from the operation to the header if all operation are not confirmed?

Regards,
Misha

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Accepted Solutions (1)

peter_atkin
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Change the highlighted field to "Confirmation Required".

Then retest.

PeteA

Mishael
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Hello,

If I change the parameters with "Confirmation Required", the header status is now partially confirmed when a use the final flag.

Ok, it seems logical.

Thank you, I understand how it work.

Best wish and Happy Holidays 😉

Misha

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Answers (3)

Mishael
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Hello, thank you for your responses!

I have the same if I have an order with same control key or with different control key.

Exemple:

I create an order with same control key:

Next, I confirm the operation 20 with "final confirm" flag:

The order as now the status CNF:

Regards,

Misha

peter_atkin
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Misha,

Can you show the document flow for this order please.

Does this occur for multiple orders - or is it just this order causing the issue? If its multpile orders, then retest using PM01 OCK to see if the issue is still there.

Also try adding a new operation - this should reset the PCNF status on the order header. Then delete that operation and save.

PeteA

Mishael
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Here is the flow:

This is the behaviour I have with each order.

Maybe this is due to the control key parameters?

Thanks!

Oscar_DC
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I'm quite confused by the behavior you're describing. I'm standard SAP you must final confirm all of the operations for the header to change to CNF.

Can you please re-test and add some screenshots ?

peter_atkin
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Oscar,

Not quite true.. It depends on the Operation Control Key settings.

Try creating an order with two operations. One with OCK PM01 and one with OCK PM02. Then finally confirm the 1st operation - you should see that the header goes to CNF.

PeteA

Oscar_DC
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Thanks Pete, I didn't know!

peter_atkin
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That's one of the great things about this forum Oscar- we all learn something new..

peter_atkin
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Misha,

Do all the operations have the same Operation Control Key?

PeteA