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EHP7 and the use of PM02 Control Key (PR > PO)

Hi,

We have recently had a client move from EHP6 (Release 606 SP-Level 0002) to EHP7 (Release 617 SP-Level 0009) and we have noticed an issue with the use of the PM02 control key in a Repair Order (SM03 Order Type).

Where previously under EHP6 if a PR has been created from an Operation with a control key of PM02 the fields in the Operation remain editable - once a PO has been created from the PR these fields still remain in edit mode.

After the client has moved to EHP7 we have noticed that once a PO is created from the PR the fields are non-editable (if a PR has been created without a PO the fields are in edit mode which is similar to previous EHP6 scenario above)

A search of SAP Notes did not return anything obvious - just wondering if any other consultants have come across this before? Is this now SAP standard within EHP7?

Regards

Gary B

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    Posted on Nov 12, 2015 at 06:01 AM

    Hi Gary,

    We upgraded system from EHP6 to EHP7 and Faced same issue.This is the STD sap functionality.So we are taking care of PR side before generating PO.We avoid any experiments such as applying exits/notes to prevent further complications.

    Regards

    Vivek

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