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service product with task list

hi

i am using service product with task list in service order. in subsequent quotation (by DP80) the servcie product is coming as main item operations & materials in task list are coming as sub items.

in our case we may have to add some more operations (unplanned operations) in the service order apart from those (planned operations) already populated by task list attached to service product. and these operations need to be priced in subsequent quotation.

our problem: in the quotation even the unplanned operations are coming as subitems and hence there is no diferentiation between planned operations (coming from rask list) and unplanned operations (added manually in the service order). we need to differtiate between planned & unplanned operations in quotation for pricing purpose.

thanks in advance

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 08:17 PM

    Hi,

    There are following work-around solutions from my point of view.

    Option 1: create two different ‘Std. Text Key’ in config ‘ Planned’ & ‘ Unplanned’ and also attach same in the task list.

    All the planned operation will come with suffix ‘Planned’ and same will be printed also. While you add the unplanned one that time add’Un-planned’ std text key’

    You can also drive reporting , costing reports , confirmation report separately for all planned and unplanned items

    Options 2: After goods posting you can find the cost difference of planned operation and unplanned operation. Devolve some Z report and based on same you can send final bill

    Enjoy SAP......

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