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Goods Receipt - Flag/Un-flag

Hi All,

in my organization the buyer has the ability to manually flag/un-flag the field "Goods Receipt".

Is there a way to track what POs had this field manually changed?

Something like this:

PO#1 changed

PO#2 not changed



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    Posted on Jul 20, 2016 at 06:46 PM

    Tcode: ME22N Go to Environment -> Item changes you will be able to see who changed it.

    or if you want to see in the list You have to build a custom report that will query CDHDR & CDPOS

    and provide you report you suggested above



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  • Posted on Jul 20, 2016 at 06:37 PM

    If they do it after the initial creation then it is possible , if they change it directly when creating the order then it is not possible via change history

    But in general is this flag defaulted from customizing of account assignment category, so you just need to compare the customizing with the PO and you know that it was changed.

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    • You can get a list per purchase order using a query or a quickviewer

      you basically need the table EKPO which has the information about the used account assignment category and the GR indicator.

      This table needs to be joined with table T163K based on the account assignment category and from here you take the customizing value for the GR indicator.

      And to add the supplier you need to join table EKKO purchase order header which has the supplier number.

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