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scenario: vendor to be accessed by two or more different purchase organisat

former_member1124592
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my scenario is that every plant has got its own purchasing organisation. There are 10 plants with 10 purchasing org.Now i am trying to create a vendor by FK01 and then extending it with MK01. After that i am trying to create a contract with created vendor and also giving the purchasing org 1( as Purch org 1 was given during the vendor creation with t.code MK01. Now when i am trying to create a purc.contract by giving a different ex: purc org 2 i am unable to maintain it. this is logicalyy right also as vendor is created by purc org level. Is there any other way to solve the problem. As contract should be created with vendor from purc org 2 also. This is my specific requirement.

pl discuss.....

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Ralf
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I think you are on the right track, but you may just miss a step.

Say your PurchOrgs are PO01, PO02, PO03, etc.

You need to extend the vendor for every PurchOrg using transaction MK01 and the relevant PurchOrg.

Once you have done this, you will be able to create a contract via transaction ME31K for every PurchOrg, but it will be a separate contract per PurchOrg. Unless you go with Juergen's description above.

Best,

Ralf

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Thanks Raplh, this is exactly the step i was missing. Purch org is central and just by extending MK01 we can just use it for other purch org.

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JL23
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It is possible to create contracts that do not relate to just one particular receiving plant. In this case, a centrally agreed contract is created without specification of a plant. The plant is not specified until a contract release order is created.

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_470/helpdata/en/75/ee0f0c55c811d189900000e8322d00/frameset.htm