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Field order quantity available for change though it has subsequent movement

Hi,

I have an order which has been delivered, goods issued and invoiced. However, the field "order quantity" remains in white and available for changes.

If i change the quantity, in less or in more units, a warning message pops up by saying that the order has subsequent movements, however, you still can change it.

i have controlled copy control and schedule lines but i still cannot find anything that may cause this behaviour.

How do i do to prevent this field in the order to be changed once the order has a delivery ?

Thanks...!

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    Feb 13, 2007 at 04:41 PM

    Hi,

    For a similar situation we have implemented an user exit which will check if the order quantity when changed that it is less than already delivered quantity, the warning would pop up. The same we converted into an hard error while the user enters the sales order or delivery in change mode.

    Like an order is delivered then the order quantity is made less OR

    delivered quantity is already invoiced then delivered is made less than invoice qty.

    So, please take the help of your ABAPer who would help in changing that warning into an hard error. Your problem would be solved.

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    Hope it helps. Pl reward if useful.

    Thanks & Regards

    Sadhu Kishore

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      For the incompletion procedure 20 for a standard item TAN are you lookin at field VBAP- KWMENG ticked with a warning that is to ensure that when the user does not enter order quantity at the time of sales order creation it throws a warning.

      Is it that you can change this to error you mean to say to prevent change quantities ?

      Best Regards

      Sadhu Kishore