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Who changed production order

Hi PP experts,

Could you guide me who add the material 100538304 to the production order 800006632800?

I can't find material 100538304 in the BOM.

Thank you.


Best Regards,

Bu Fanchao

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    Posted on May 17, 2015 at 11:37 PM

    Hello

    In order to track the changes of a production order you can use the modification proposed on note 390635.

    The purpose of OCM is not exactly to track the changes of a production order. OCM is a much more complex functionality and it is generally used when there are frequent master data changes that should be updated on the orders.

    See my answers on the threads below for more details:

    BR
    Caetano

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  • Posted on May 17, 2015 at 09:11 AM

    Dear Fanchao,

    If you are not working with OCM, then production order changes will show only status changes.

    i.e, configure the profile in OPL7 and OPL9, assign the same in material master. then you will be able to see change docs using COCM.

    This will help you to get details on OCM.

    Order Change Management (OCM) - Production Orders (PP-SFC) - SAP Library

    The default change logs will be available in CDHDR table, where you can see all the document changes. But, for the above requirement, you need OCM.

    Thanks

    Prem

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