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Error in call out order

Dear Sir,

I was created value (WK) based contract with Target value 10000 INR. Below material, Quantity and value we had mention in value based contract.

PO line Material Quantity Net price

10 1000123 1 100

Through that Value based contract I am creating call out order (PO) with quantity 5. At that time system giving me error that target quantity 4 is exceeds.

As per my understanding if it is value contract while creating RO against contract it should only control value not the quantity but here why system controlling quantity.?


Thanks,

Bhaumik

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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 05:58 AM

    Although its a value contract, system will also check the quantity..

    If you don't want to check the target quantity you can set the message as warning.

    I hope you got the message no 06 078.

    You can make the message warning or you can also remove the message from environment.

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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 06:24 AM

    Hi,

    The message number for target value exceeded is 06 042 and the message for target quantity exceeded error in 06 078

    You may set both of these as error message. But in this case, if you are creating value contract, keep the quantity field empty and save the contract.

    Try again with blank quantity field in contract and revert back.

    Regards,

    AKPT

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    • Hi,

      Say, price per unit is 20 USD, target value in contract be 100 USD.

      In this case also, you may put target quantity as a high value, say 100 numbers. System wont compare the total quantity and the unit price entered in the contract with the target value entered.

      Hope you understood the logic.

      Regards,

      AKPT

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