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Two Operation Sequence Rule in One Order

Former Member
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Dear Expert,

I have several operation in a routing.

10 - Drill section A

20 - Drill section B

30 - Drill section C

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40 - Coating

50 - Finishing

Operation 10, 20, and 30 can be done with a random sequence like (10, 20, 30) or (20, 10, 30) or (30, 10, 20).

And after that operation, operation 40 and 50 must be done by sequentially.

But user required to check operation like below in Define Confirmation Parameters

How can SAP handle it?


NB:

I try parallel sequence for op 20 and 30 but op 40 can be confirmed if any confirmation for op. 10 while no confirmation for op 20 and 30.

Regards,

Akbar Arsyad

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Caetano
Product and Topic Expert
Product and Topic Expert
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Hi Akbar

There is an easy to resolve this issue, you can release the operations individually.

First release operations 10, 20 and 30 and after that release operation 40 and after the confirmation, release operation 50.

BR

Caetano

Former Member
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Dear Caetano,

Thanks for your helpful answers, but the operation will be confirmed partially.

How to restrict operation 40 only can confirmed maximum at the smallest qty from op. 10, 20, and 30.

Thank you,

Akbar

Caetano
Product and Topic Expert
Product and Topic Expert
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Hello Akbar

Your business requirement is very specific and I don't think that it can be covered on the standard system.

You should use BAdI WORKORDER_CONFIRM and create your own logic to check if the confirmation is possible.

BR

Caetano

Former Member
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Thank you for your answer Caetano

Regards,

Akbar

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