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How to append two lists of QM Notifications in QM11?

Oct 31, 2017 at 02:40 PM

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I have a list of notifications that I generated in QM11 by giving a reference notification as input. Now I want to get the reference notification also in the same list. Is it possible to append two conditions in QM11?

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Craig S
Nov 01, 2017 at 02:34 PM
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In the notification, maintain the "reference no:" field in addition to the "notification" field.

You can either manually maintain it or use a user exit when saving notifications to automatically populate it.

The pseudo-code would be something like:

If Notification Not Initial

then Reference_Num = Notification

Else Reference_num = current notification

Then in QM11 search by Notification No. instead of reference notification.

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Hi Craig,

Thanks for the answer. For some notifications, multiple batch entries have been made in item level. Is it possible for me to display them in QM11, because I can see batch in QM11 only if notification has a single batch entry in the header. Is it possible without a user exit?

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Doubtful. QM11 is an older SAP transaction. The multiple batch functionality is only a more recent enhancement. 6.0 EHP I believe. So QM11 was written years ago it look at the main table for notifications where the material number and batch number was kept. It has no knowledge of the multiple batches table.

Maybe someday SAP updates it, but right now I would say no.

Craig

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Craig S

Hi Craig,

Is there any transaction or table from where I can display those multiple batches linked to the notification?

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If you have the multiple batch table in your notification you should be able to use F1 and technical details button to get the table name and then you can use SE16 or SE16n to display it.

Craig

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