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ShoppingCart: product category

Hi to all,

i have to make two questions about Shopping Carts.

I'm working with Extended Classic Scenario, SRM 5.0, SP9 release.

1)I've created a SH with 5 positions, all coming from same catalog, same product category. In customizing, product category is setted "sourcing never carry out". So after approval step, SH and positions are automatically transformed not into a PO(as i was expected) but into 3 POs (i can't understand why!!!). Does anyone know the reasons?

2)I have to recover many SH positions approved but not transformed in a PO causing a IPsec's crash. How can i force them in order to create missing POs?

Thanks in advance,

Christian

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    Posted on Oct 23, 2006 at 08:07 AM

    Any ideas?

    Thanks,

    Christian

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    Posted on Oct 23, 2006 at 09:28 AM

    Hi

    1) Check whether you have three diff ship-to-address for the items in SC. If yes, 3 PO's will be created.

    2) Use FM BBP_PD_SC_TRANSFER for the SC to convert into next ones.

    Rgds

    Reddy

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    Posted on Oct 23, 2006 at 01:15 PM

    Reddy, thank you so much for second answer but my first question still remains. Every positions had the same ship-to-address.

    Does anyone know why it happens 6 similar positions transformed into 3 POs?

    Thank you,

    Christian

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    • Former Member Yann Bouillut

      Hi,

      If You don't assign vendor to SC, 3 PO (one PO on one item in SC) will be created.

      Please check in SPRO -> SRM -> SRM Server -> Cross-Application Settings -> Define objects in Backend System

      Find Your Purchasing group and category ID. Check value entered in Ext. proc. Value should be 'Purchase order if item data complete'.

      You also check in SPRO -> SRM -> SRM Server -> Technical Basic Settings -> Define Backend System for Product Category if You have a category ID and corresponding systems (source and target) attached to it.

      Regards,

      Marcin Gajewski

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 02:04 PM

    Hi to all:

    1) same fixed supplier, same service product

    2) the funcion BBP_PD_SC_TRANSFER didn't create following PO.

    Christian

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    • Former Member

      Christian

      We too found similer issue, Per my understanding, it should create one PO if all the header datas like Company Code, P Grp, Vendor are same. It is not happening. It could be a bug for which you may want to open OSS Message.

      We managed with BADI to group items before create POs since we are using the BADI BBP_GROUP_LOC_PO anyway for other reasons.

      Regards,

      Jay

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