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BLKA, BLKB, BLKC, BLKD in SD orders

Good afternoon, colleagues!

Whether prompt, please, installation of the statuses of BLKA, BLKB, BLKC, BLKD in SD orders depends on an order amount?

For example, if the limit in USD is exceeded, then a certain status has to be established.

It is possible to implement it the standard? And as if it is possible.

Thank you for you help

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  • Posted on Jul 23, 2016 at 04:48 AM

    Hello Marat,

    where do you see these statuses?

    I see no such values in BS23, and the fields used for checks in credit management in VBUK start with CM*.

    If you refer to some user statuses in the sales order, which you need to set when CMGST changes, then I don't think that you can automate that without additional development.

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    • Hello Marat,

      these are company-specific user statuses.

      It looks as if you wish to implement a multi-level approval process for credit memo requests, which should use the net value as a one of the parameters to determine the number of approves and set/reset a certain user status.

      This is definitely possible with a custom workflow.

      One more thing - most probably the people, who will use this functionality, are managers. They don't spend most of their time working with the system, so if you have the additional budget and expertise in-house, build them a nice FIORI app, they will love it.

      Edit:

      I don't think that there is a completely standard way to achieve that, sorry.

      There is one standard workflow for releasing credit memo requests, but it is single-level.


      Maybe you can still show it to the business (in case you cannot afford any development).

      Message was edited by: Veselina Peykova

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