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Preventive maintenance Order with PM02 Control key end to end Cycle

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I want to know complete step by step cycle for preventive Maintenance order processing for component which are control key PM02 external spare if required ?

I mean how PR will get triggered automatically or manually ? And what transactions will be executed by whom if any MM guy involved but I would like to know each step as process However I am aware first PR will get created and converted to PO then GR will done and issue spares against Order.

Appreciate detail reply.

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Inderjeet

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2013 at 09:29 AM

    Hi

    you can check the following links

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/fe/67ec5c9d6f11d189b60000e829fbbd/frameset.htm

    PM02 control key is used for external operation where in Service entry sheet is not used. the process is same as procuring external material from maintenance order. ( PR>PO>Goods reciept)

    Regards

    Thyagarajan

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      Process Steps:

      1. Create PM Order manually or Automatically - (PM Person)
      2. Assign Internal with PM01 & External Operations with PM02 - (PM Person)
      3. Assign components as Stock (L) & Non Stock Item (N) - (PM Person)
      4. PR created automatically for PM02 operations & Non stock Items
      5. Reservation created automatically for Stock Items
      6. PR to PO conversion (MM / Procurement Person)
      7. PO to GR (MM / Stores Person)
      8. Goods Issue for Stock Items (MM / Stores)
      9. Actual Time Confirmation (PM)
      10. TECO (PM)

      With PM02 operations, process will be PM Order - PR - PO - GR.

      With PM03 operations, PM Order - PR - PO - SES

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