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Closing WBS and Activity using Milestione Functions

Hi Expert,

Is it possible to close WBS and Activity using milestone function?....If so, could you please explain it?

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Vetrivelan

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    Posted on Sep 01, 2013 at 12:47 PM

    Hi,

    There are certain functions can be performed using milestones but not closing on WBS and Activity as far as my knowledge goes.

    However you can develop custom programs using BAPIs for closing of WBS and Activities. You should consider business process what I mean from REL, FNBL, TECO to CLOSE. Preceding and successor system statuses and also User statuses.

    Thanks,

    Sudhakar

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      Hi Vetrivelan,

      Auto close process can be achieved using BAPIs and not by activating the milestone functions.

      For that you have develop program for closing Project definition, WBS and activities. Note that auto closing process run through REL, FNBL(if using), TECO and finally CLSD.

      Check for the BAPIs and few examples are and discuss with your ABAP guy. You have to define the process of business which should reflect in your development specs what is the sequence of statuses being set and check if any for User Status also.

      Use BAPI_BUS2001_SET_STATUS to set the Proj def. status to CLSD

      Use BAPI_BUS2002_SET_STATUS to set the network system status to CLSD

      Use BAPI_BUS2054_SET_STATUS to set the CLOSED status on WBS elements.

      Check for forum for other available BAPIs which are useful to your process.

      Thanks,

      Sudhakar

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