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Different order units in info records

Hi, I need to have different order units for different Plants in Info Records. I find this field only at general level. How can I solve this problem? Can anyone help me? Thanks. Marí

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2008 at 04:07 AM

    hi,

    adding to charli, while creating the info record, even u have the option to mention the purchase organization, check with maintaining the diff. p. organition along with plants

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 05:09 PM

    When you create the info you are creating for plant so you can enter different order unit in diff info as per the plant you select but suppose if you want to maintain more thna one order unit in the same info then you have to activate the variable order unit funcitonlity

    to do that go to material masater purchiasing view and enter the 1 0r 2 based on you reqs

    1- active

    2- active with own price (means in the info record for all the order unit you can maintain the price

    then maintain the diff order unit in mateirl master

    within mateirl master Additionl data-unit of measure here you can enter

    now when you go to info record you will see the variable orderunit filed is populate on general data screen if not populate and then populate.

    if 2 is entered then when you click conditio it will popup for pricing

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