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Work order component and PR line item issue

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We have a Work order which is business completed.


PR was created from the work order component and same was released with respect to OLD release strategy we had and PO was created for the same. After processing of PO the work order component is deleted and hence a deletion flag is marked against the PR line item.


Now we have implemented new release strategy recently which has triggered into afore said PR and we are unable to release the same with respect to new strategy because PR line item is marked for deletion.


Is there a possibility to manually release/undelete the Purchase requisition line item or is there an option to retrieve the deleted WO component?


(NOTE: Here PR marked for deletion, because WO component is deleted)

Thanks in Advance

Surya

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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 11:13 AM

    Hi Surya,

    Follow below screen shots to undelete the PR

    Regards,

    PS R


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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2016 at 08:56 AM

    Hi Surya,

    Your request is bit confusing.

    If you have set the PR deleted and work order is CLSD, why the new startegy should call the same PR ?

    If the Order is closed and the PR is deleted, you can re-open the PR, but in case if the component line item is deleted from order, i dont think you can retrive back.

    Refer below notes

    2088102 - Operations/components deleted although purchase order exists

    2306797 - EAM order operations deleted, even though a purchase order/purchase requisition exists

    Regards

    Terence

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