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PO Release by Effective value in Company code currency

Hi Gurus,

I am asked to reconfigure the PO release based on the total effective value in local currency. Can anyone throw some ideas on this ?

Thanks in advance .

Regards,

Sheeja.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 07:19 AM

    Hi Seeja,

    First create Characterstics in CT04 with other characterstics values like doc type

    Purchase group and NET PRICE (effective value)

    The create class with CL04 and assign these characterstics in this class values

    then assign this class to class type 032

    Then customize release strategy according to standard config steps

    Put the effective value release criteria according to value limit to release points

    For more refer to exsisting threads on how to config rel.strategy

    Hope this will help

    BR

    Diwakar

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Sheeja,

      I am sorry that GFWRT(Total value of requisition for overall release procedure) will be available only in the table CEBAN .So as per std SAP u can use only GNETW( Total net order Value) in CEKKO.

      you no need to use both net order value and Effective order value.

      If you need any exit you can see at SPRO-MM-Purchasing-Develope enhanchment for purchasing ( see the document, don't execute)

      if u see the document the exit states "M06E0004

      Changes to communication structure for release of purchasing document" like this.

      This may help you if u discuss with your ABAP team.

      I hope i answered 90%.

      if so reward me.

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      Manickss

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