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Hi All,

I have a Question about:

How does the System differentiate the P.Os for Release approval when we create Pur. Requisitions?

I mean when we create Pur. Requi. with different Amt values(at header level), if the Amt is above the certain Level, then it will goes for P.O. Release Approval as a next step.

So, my Question is: How does it differentiate the P.O. which are for Reelase Approval and which are not for Release approval? Where does it differentiate between these two types of P.O.s after Pur. Requisition creation?

Pl. help me out.

I appreciate for your needful help.



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    Posted on Sep 05, 2006 at 04:55 PM


    If I understood your question properly,

    when you maintain release startegy for Purhase Order with classification, you must me maintained charactestics. If the value is the criteria, then you should create charatcterstic for Net order value (GNETW and assign to Class.

    when you define release procedure for partuclar level (release code), you can assign class and enter value limits.

    Hope this helps.



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      Sorry about that.

      please follow below OSS notes

      - 86900: Transport of Release strategies (OMGQ,OMGS)

      - 10745: Copying classification data to another client

      - 45951: Transporting class data: system / client



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