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Revision to Service Order

Former Member
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Dear Experts,

Revision to Service Order – Whenever there is revision to Service Orders (Value increase), Service Orders will re trigger release and will be in the process of approval(long time). In this stage of approval, current system is not allowing to create, approve SES, post Invoice (Delay in payments - FAD). Is there any provision to allow system to create/approve SES, create/post Invoice for original service order amounts.

Please let me know.

Regards,

Bindu

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Former Member
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Check release indicator in your release strategy. It must be 6, change it to allow changing PO and not triggering the rel. stgy again, than once PO is created and approved, any amount of changes made to PO, it will not ask for any further approval.

Its better to use changeability %age like 10 -20%, and hence someone cannot missuse it.

But if rel. stgy is triggered again and it is not approved than you cannot post SES.

Regards,

Dakshesh

ajitkumar
Active Contributor
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as a work around, if it agrees with your scenario,

for the document type maintained for PRs generated from PM module , keep GFWRT char value > 1.

link that PR doc type to only one ( and dont link it with any other PR type ) PO type in define document type

for that document type also char GFWRT has value >0

then releases wont retrigger based on order value.

dhrubacharan_behera
Active Contributor
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Hi

When any Purchasing Document is in the process of release no subsequent activity referring this document will not be allowed . It is a normal behavior of the system.Unless the document is released finally this is not possible.

Dhruba

Former Member
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Hi Bindu,

When the PO itself is not released,there is no meaning in creating entrysheet or invoice without it.If you want to override the process of release strategy there is no requirement of this process in between PO creation/entry sheet / invoice at all.

Regards,

Ashwini.