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R block triggering emails & R block is greyed out

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    Issue: Due to the R block in the invoice & forgot to do MRBR to remover R block & user has completed MR8M invoices are cancelled. since the R block is not taken out, it has been triggering emails to the purchaser.

    Now: unable to remove the R block since it is greyed out ? R block has to be removed. Since it is still appearing even after cancellation of Invoices, it is triggering reminder emails.

    Issue: Due to the R block in the below given documents for the cancelled invoices, it has been triggering emails to the purchaser.

    Process: After Reversal, the R block has to be removed. Since it is still appearing even after cancellation of Invoices, it is triggering reminder emails.

    This R block has to be removed from the documents.

    Kindly help to remove the R block from the documents. Kindly investigate why the documents are having R blocks after the Invoice cancellation.

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  • Oct 12, 2017 at 03:21 AM

    Dear All,

    No solution other then ABAP will help you out in this regard. As there is no other way to stop email to purchaser. As far as R indicator removal is concerned, it is not possible once the document is cancelled, you have have to create new invoice and follow the process.

    Best Regards

    Mohsin Abbasi

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  • Oct 11, 2017 at 05:22 AM

    emails to the purchaser? Sounds like a home made application. Please check with your ABAPer

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