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PM Budgeting for multiple orders

Hello Experts,

Can we control budget for set of PM orders with multiple field combinations (suppose Order Type, Plant, Activity Type).

For example, I want to assign a budget to combination of field values (Plant 1000, Order Type: PM01; Activity Type: 100 etc.). When PM order is created with above combination, my pre-defined budget should be checked.

I do not want to allocate budget to every single order using KO22.

Thanks for help.

Prashant

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    Posted on Jul 08, 2016 at 04:02 PM

    Hi Prashant,

    I dont think you can link with respect to Activity type, but you can create a Order group in KOH1 for the list of orders.

    All orders should be in one order type only.

    In case if you want to specify a different combination, then i guess you need to think about custom logic to check the Budget.

    Regards

    Terence

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  • Posted on Jul 08, 2016 at 07:56 PM

    Hi,

    Have you tried using WBS assignement to the orders that has same attributes to achive this?

    Regards

    Hemant

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    • Hello Hemant,

      Thanks for inputs. I guess WBS will be assigned in technical object and then get reflected in PM order to control the budget. But, I do not know if this logic is valid for combination of fields in Order. Please let me know if it can be achieved without developing custom logic.

  • Posted on Jul 14, 2016 at 06:18 PM

    Dear Prashant ,

    As suggested by the prashant go with the WBS , it will give you solution.

    because in WBS you can maintain the Budged & activity both in the same WBS & also allocate the require budget also.

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