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Cutover activities during Purchase requisition go-live in existing system

We have developed new PR release strategy (item level release to header level release configuration made), what are the cut over activities to be performed to move new PR release strategy to Production system. Please provide complete details

How to deal open PR's / Partially open PR's and what other activities will be involved in this process

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  • Posted on Jul 11, 2020 at 07:46 AM

    Hi Kumar

    these are my recommendations.

    1. Always create new release group for configuration. release codes may remain same.

    2. Don't delete the old strategy. just remove the characteristics from old strategy after go live.

    3. let the authorization of old group and codes remain with users.

    Regarding in release PR.

    1. It will work as required.

    2. until we change something in PR, system will not search for new strategy. suppose you change the value of in release PR with the old strategy, New str. will be picked based on configuration.

    That's it.

    let us know in case of further dobuts.

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  • Posted on Jul 12, 2020 at 03:10 PM

    How to deal with exiting Purchase requisitions

    open pr/ Partially open PRs should close them / shall I delete them ?

    where to start cutover activity and where it will be end

    guide me detail steps in from end to end cut over process for PR Go - live

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