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Maintenance order settlement

Dear Gurus;

I would like to know, how can I stop maintenance order to be settled before it is technically completed? I think, it would be more appropriate if order is settled when it is TECOed instead of in 'release status'. If I am wrong can you pls. suggest me the concept?

Points assured.

Thanks & Regards

Hemant

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 09:05 PM

    Hemant,

    there are 2 options to restrict settlement process.

    1 create the User status "NSET" and configure the Business rules to stop settlement process. When you release the order set the user status to NSET. When the order is complete and ready to be settled , change the USER status.

    2 Change the SAP statndar business rule for the System Status REL.

    I would recommend you to go for option 1

    Hope this Helps you

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  • Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 03:56 AM

    hi henamt

    There is one option make settelement rule has <b>mandatory for completion</b> in customizing field so that when you try to settle error will come has no settlement rule maintained.Then you can technically complete the order then proceed futher.One problem will raise ie when the error occrured user can also go to the order in change mode and specify the settlement rule.(iam not sure) for this you can have user status which will allow the settlement rule tobe created when TECO is performed

    regards

    thyagarajan

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