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Avoid creation of multiple entry sheets

Dear all,

In our process we create service entry sheets for service process. In SAP once if service entry sheet is created and the p.o qty is exhausted, system still allows me to create dummy document (service entry sheet) which are available as error documents in the system against the p.o - these are accidently created by the users.

Is there any provision to prevent users from creating the SES once the p.o qty is fully exhausted. - i.e., system should throw error message and prevent user from creating the SES.

Can I know why this is kept as standard functionality in SAP - What is the use of the parked document which is not processable at any point of time?

Regards,

M.M

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 12:53 AM

    Hi Magesh,

    I understand your problem as I have gone through the same. Unfortunately this is standard functionality and you will have to investigate if a user-exit will resolve the issue.

    I did some work on this but stopped as the business agreed to live with it. Basically what you can try to do is disable "save" if it hits specific error messages (quantity exceeded or limit exceeded).

    Hope this helps !

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 01:30 PM

    Dear all,

    Can anyone provide with valid solution for this question?

    Regards,

    M.M

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