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Production order cannot be changed due to status LKD and CLSD

Hi,

There's a production order whose status is LKD and CLSD. I changed user stats from CLSD to OPEN via COHV. Then I'm tring to unlock this production order through functions->restrict processing->unlock. And the error message is 'User status CLSD is active'.

I want to delete this production order. How can I change the status?

Regards,

Joanne

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2015 at 04:58 AM

    Hi all,

    Thank you for your answers. Due to the status LKD, it cannot be deleted. This problem was solved by changing user status from CLSD to OPEN in both header level and operation level. Then it can be unlocked. Due to the status LKD, it cannot be

    Joanne

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  • Posted on Oct 29, 2015 at 04:43 PM

    Hello

    Check what is the current status of your order on transaction CO02 and try to remove user status CLSD.

    Regards

    Caetano

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    Posted on Nov 17, 2015 at 08:45 PM

    Even with LKD or CLSD statut on Prod order, I am still able to set the Deletion flag.

    I get a message, but it is not an error.

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    • Hi,

      You can only put deletion flag once the order is CLSD.

      If you want to delete the order, then go ahead and do DLFL (set deletion flag). You don't have to reverse CLSD status.

      Then check the settings, if there's a 1 month lead time is set. If so, you will be able to delete the order after 1 month. Go to CO78 or COA1 to check the programs / options to proceed after the DLFL flag is set.

      Thanks

      Prem

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