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How to prevent UD if GI not done ?

Dear Team ,

Can , you please assist , if can we prevent the UD , if goods issue has not been done .

Client Scenario ,

They need to activate Batch derivation at Usage Decision ,

This is working fine , But a Pre-requisite is that the GI has to be done before Usage Decision , Then only batch derivation works , Else Batch derivation doesnt work during UD .

Can using any user-exit / enhancement can be stop the usage decision , if Goods Issue has not been done .

So Experts ,

Please assist

Reagrd's

Tallha

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  • Posted on Sep 16, 2014 at 01:57 PM

    Tallha,

    If you are working with 04 Inspection type then just a thought why don't you control the confirmation and GR for order if GI is not been done so that lot generates once all your posting are done with order?

    If you agree with this then check BADI WORKORDER_GOODSMVT.

    If you have any other concerns then let us know your scenario completely.

    BR
    KK

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2014 at 07:23 PM

    Hello

    You can achieve it throught status in inspection lot. You can change status and define what activities are possible and which ones are prohibited. You can use user status too.

    Best regards

    Carlos Díaz

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