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Already we have ME53N for PRs?


1) We have already ME53N tx code for to create the PRs, then pls. let me know why do we need the prog. RM06BZ10 again?

2) Pls. let me know how the SOS / Source is determining in this prog. - RM06BZ10? bcz when i debug this prog. its simply getting SOS from EBAN-LIFNR, then what is necessity/special benefit of this prog. bcz its just reading EBAN-LIFNR for SOS determination

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 06:06 AM

    Its reading the filed EBAN-LIFNR.

    Because this field specified the vendor number which is suggested by the requisitioner from the purchase department for the certain purchase order.

    But the source of supply is assigned to field Fixed vendor (EBAN-FLIEF)

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 05:59 AM

    The program is normally used for assign source of supply purpose.

    When you run ME56, you will run the program RM06BZ00.

    This is a similar program for assign source of supply.

    Suppose you have 100 PRs and you have assign source of supply to every PRs.

    Then you have to do ME52N for every PR, then you have to assign sources to one by one.

    But on this program or ME56, you can assign the sources in a one screen.

    Just give the PR number and execute.

    It will automatically find the valid source of supply and assign it to every line item in PR.

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 05:49 AM


    In ME51N/ ME52N, you can assign source of supply for individual PR line items.

    ME56 and RM06BZ10 is for assigning source of supply collectively, for example, you can select the PR's for same material / material group / MRP controller etc and then assign the source collectively. System will automatically assign the source of supply based on the source of supply options (like contract, info record etc) available.



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