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ERP Sales Oder : No transaction type/Sales Doc type popup is coming

Hi all,

I configured ERP sales order customizations and when trying to create the ERP sales order by selecting Navigation bar entry SalesCycle->ERP SalesOrders , it is not giving any popup and directly going to create screen and defaulting the Order type as Standard Order. But my requirement here is I want to create ERP Sales order with different order types and I did the necessay customizations like, Maintaining the profiles for ERP Sales Transactions, Cross system copying of transaction types etc.,

Profile for ERP Sales transactions is zzsalespro and below is the document types assigned to ERP profile

AG Quotation

CMRC Standard Order

DMRB Standard Order

G2 Credit Memo Request

KB Consignment Fill-up

KE Consignment Issue

KM Quantity Contract

L2 Debit Memo Request

TA Standard Order

and below is the cross sytem copying of transaction types.

Trsnaction type Sales Doc.Typ

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CMDM Debit Memo Request DMRB

CMRC Credit Memo Request CMRC

QUOT Quotation AG

TA Standard Order KB

TA Standard Order KE

TA Standard Order TA

I'm not sure what is went wrong in my customizations , we are on release BBPCRM 702, Request valuable help in this regard.

Thanks & Regards

Madhu

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    Posted on May 27, 2013 at 09:08 AM

    Hi,

    Check out in your navigation bar profile in SPRO the work center being used for the sales cycle menu option. Then go to check the Assign groups in your work center.

    For the standard role SALESPRO you will be able to find (Search) SLS-ERP-SR ERP Sales Orders and (Create) SLS-ERP-CR ERP Sales Order.

    Check in your role that you have the correct customizing.

    Regards

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