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Process change in SAP PPM: initialization of decision points

Hi experts,

For one of my clients, I implemented process change in SAP PPM.

Example of the process:

- There is an item type A with decision point (DP) 1, DP 2 and DP 3

- At any DP, it is possible to trigger process change to go at item type B

- The item type B has the same decision points as those of item type A ==> there is a 1-1 relationship between DP of item type A and DP of item type B

My requirement is the following:

- If process change is triggered from item type A when DP is 2, the item type B will also be at DP 2

- However, I would like to initialize decision points and status when process change is triggered so that I begin at DP 1 for item type B.

Do you have any idea?

Thanks in advance.

Sanaâ.

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2013 at 02:06 PM

    Hi Sanaa,

    You have :

    Item Type A with DP-A.1 DP A.2 and DP A.3

    And Item Type B with DP-A.1 DP A.2 and DP A.3

    The decision points are the same then status doesn't change.

    But if you have :

    Item Type A with DP-A.1 DP A.2 and DP A.3

    And Item Type B with DP-B.1 DP B.2 and DP B.3

    Where A.1 has the same description than B.1 and so on....

    I assume that in this case the decision point will be restarted ( obvioulsy it is not the same decision point then all the manual actions you had done in the decision point , documents, notes, etc will be restarted)

    Not sure if this covers your requirement, if not I think you will have to develop your requirement.

    Regards

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