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VALID DATE

HI,

while creating BOM (CS01) , on this screen , VALID DATE field is there.

I want to know how system take the current date when we create BOM on perticular date.

Whats its setting ???

My system showing be back date like 04.01.2006 , how i can change this date ??

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2008 at 04:52 PM

    Hi,

    The setting is maintained in transaction OS27 (Modification parameters).

    Here BOM validity maintainance will be selected.

    Regards,

    Senthilkumar

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    • Former Member

      To be specific to your question. Now yo can't change this value of this field as it's created once.

      As Senthil mentioned the configuration of the BOM Validity maintenance is correct. In addition to it I would like to share some more info about it, if you are already using the ECM for BOM then you can't activate it now. This is in control data for BOM generally these config you need to do initially once you do implementation.

      If you are going to activate the BOM validity date maintenance, then you can specify the you can specify a valid from date when maintaining the BOM.

      If this field is not is not activated, BOMs are created as of the current date or the system low date i.e. 1/1/1990.

      Hope this will help you to understand this config in detail.

      Rewards,

      Nabin

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2008 at 10:53 AM

    It is system defined SY-DATM which is default from system, it can be changed. If you are using ECM, thiod date is decided by ECM header date.

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