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Restriction Required at Document Type level in Purchase Requisition.

Hi Experts,

We have two documents type NB & ZNB for Purchase Requisition.

1) We are using Doc type NB for Requisition which is Triggered /created through APO/MRP.

2) Doc type ZNB we are using for Requisition which is created manually.

Now what we want is to Restrict Doc type NB, if someone tries to create Requisition manually through it as it is only used in case of Requisition Triggered from APO/MRP.

Do we have any Standard Config setup available to restrict this or we need help from technical Consultant to go for some Enhancement? Please Suggest.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2014 at 07:31 PM

    Dear Vishal,

    Agreed with Jürgen Lsuggestion, the best option is to control it with Authorization Matrix,

    Go to SU24, give your desired T-code ME51N, here you found object i.e. M_BANF_BSA (Document Type in Purchase Requisition) ask basis Guy to restrict this specific Document type for concern user.

    Best Regards

    Mohsin Abbasi

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2014 at 12:47 PM

    Have you never heard about Authorization?

    A user needs authorization to work with a specific document type.

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