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how to prevent status TECO when partially confirmed?

Is it possible to prevent serviceorders being Technically completed when the status is only partially confirmed? .

I try to use the user status for this but it only works one way. sometimes it's necesssary that a serviceorder is set of TECO to released again. My user status blocks this now since it's not allowed 😔

so it must also be possible to set a serviceorder back from teco to released again !!!

or is a user exit now necessary for this requirement ?

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 09:49 AM

    We have prevented this from happening by creating user status. We have a user status that is set when the order goes to PCNF, this user status will not allow technical completion to occur. When the order status changes to CNF, the user status also changes to another status, which then allows technical completion.

    You can define which user status is set as a result of revoking technical completion, this means that when the work order is put back into process, the appropriate user status is applied.

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    • thanks with the user status I can also resolve the problem partially

      (only problem is that when I create a new task in the serviceorder the userstatus is not triggered. the orderstatus jumps from CNF to PCNF but my userstatus doesn't react to that action which I also want)

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 10:48 AM

    Please use following user exit

    'IWO10004' : Maintenance order: Customer check for order completion

    And do check status 'PCNF' before saving during 'TECO'

    Enjoy SAP..................

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