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PM / CO integration

My client is currently using PM work orders to capture internal labor at various facilities. They are in the process of creating a centralized division that must track costs per facility.

I have looked at their PM orders and have found:


Can an expert on PM please tell me if I can make this field (1) mandatory per the type of order and (2) if this GL is transferred with the settlement rule?

In a similar way, can I make the RESPONSIBLE CCTR field on the ADDITIONAL DATA field a mandatory field per the order type (meaning if a specific order type is selected, the user must enter a Cost center and a GL Code before the order can be released?)

I would like to settle these PM orders to CO Internal Orders (one per facility)

Plenty of thanks in advance.

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  • Posted on Jul 07, 2015 at 04:19 AM

    Hi Francois,

    You can define the field status of the order in the order type definition itself in KOT2. In the bottom of the order type, there is order layout field is there under mater data display, if you click on field selection button you can maintain the field as per your requirement.



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    • Hi Francois,

      Even if you default it in the order, system wont pick this cost element in the PO. Instead check the account modification key assigned for the account assignment category in OME9 and assign the cost element for the key in OBYC for the transaction key GBB. After assign this when you create a PO with account assignment category, the system will default the cost element which is assigned in OBYC.


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