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PO's Document type created from Shopping Cart

Hi all,

I work on a SRM 5 system with Extend classic scenario.

when I create a PO from a SC, the system assign automatically a document type.

I have to change this assignment.

I already define transaction type for BUS2201, but I'm not able to find where the assigned doc type from SC is.



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  • Posted on Dec 10, 2007 at 12:04 PM


    It is in the user attribute -> BSA

    kind regards,


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      Hi Enzo,

      The P.O in SRM has document type has either ECPO or ECDP.

      These document types are assigned in the attributes of the root org.

      The attributes you maintain in the root org for document types are :

      BSA & DP_PROC_TY

      You can find the possible document types in SPRO > IMG > SRM > SRM Server > Cross Application basic settings > Define Transaction types

      Choose BUS2201 (Transaction category) and click on the Transaction types in the Dialog Structure on the left side. There you can see ECDP & ECPO transaction types.

      Hope this makes you more clear. Clarifications are welcome.

      Award points for helpful answers.



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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 04:50 PM

    Hi everybody,

    I have the same question. We have SRM pps1.0 and we created several types of document for PO (about 10). And my user has all these values for attribute BSA. When we create and save a shopping cart, one or more PO are created automatically with one type of document.

    My question is: how does SAP choose the type of document for the PO among the 10 ones?


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