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SAP C4C Opportunity Won- Lost , still editable

Dear All,

Sorry for this naive question but is it a standard funationality that even after Sales Opportunity is won or lost , we keep the opportunity object editable?

I always thought we need to Set it in process again and than only user can edit it.

Can someone please let me know the business use case of keeping opportunity editable even after won or lost?

BR

Dhruvin

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  • Posted on Oct 10, 2019 at 09:02 AM

    Currently, though you set an Opportunity to won/Lost, you will still able to change the entities like Sales Team, Contacts and Involved Parties. However, some fields are not available to be changed anymore.

    It is confimed as an expected system behavior.

    One such need for the use case which i can think of is that we can create multiple sales quotes out of one opportunities and this situation brings the needs for the user to edit data .

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  • Posted on Oct 10, 2019 at 12:17 PM

    Prasanth Sarma Aryasomayajula Thanks for this answer. I agree that this feature makes sense , ( real works for sales start to prepare for quote) but i want to know which fields are editable and which not do we have some documention on this?

    Thanks again

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  • Posted on Oct 09, 2019 at 04:22 AM

    Hi Dhruvin,

    Have you checked on SDK Repository Explorer if the field is PSM Enabled with Write Access?

    Br,

    Keshav

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  • Posted on Oct 09, 2019 at 11:04 AM

    Keshav Harake

    Thanks for your feedback however my question wasnt about SDK enabled field , my question was on standard opportunity level , how is the beviour : why is it possible that user can change data even after opportunity is either won or lost?

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