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User Exit for TECO

Dear Experts,

I want to restrict user to perform Technical Completion of order till issuance has been made against reservation in maintenance order.

Please suggest!

Best Regards,

waqas

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2014 at 04:17 AM

    Use below exits to restrict the same.

    IWO10011 Maint. order: Customer enhancement for component selection

    CONFPM05 PM/SM order conf.: Cust. specific enhancements when saving

    CONFPM02 PM/SM order confirmation: Customer specific input checks 1


    While doing TECO, Reservations created against order will be set to deletion flag. Use 1st one to check the status of planned qty & issued qty.


    While doing confirmation, by selecting the option "Clear Reservation", Reservation will be set with deletion flag. Try other 2 exits to control the confirmation as per the business requirement.


    Also suggest you to close the duplicate thread

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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2014 at 06:16 AM

    Waqas,

    I agree with the others above.

    We have just implemented the same chaeck at TECO and I can confirm we used user-exit IWO10004 (see transaction SMOD).

    However, be careful with cancelled goods movements are the system creates two documents.

    Also be aware that the system-status NMAT is set if there are no components allocated to the order. If you then add components the NMAT status disappears. The issue is that, if you then delete all the materials, then the NMAT status is not reset. So be careful if you decide to use NMAT in your code...

    PeteA

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