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Central GR for SAP_EC_BBP_SECRETARY

Hello,

Running ECS SRM 5.0.

On help.sap.com the following is stated about the role SAP_EC_BBP_SECRETARY.

"They can confirm goods receipts or service entry sheets for the employees in their department, centrally. After which, they can enter the invoice for the purchase orders that belong to it."

What does "in their department" mean here?

I have tested this and my user with the secretary role is able to confirm goods ordered by a user that does not belong to the same org unit as him, so I am curious what sap mean with "department" in the documentation

rgds

GAR

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 03:42 PM

    Hi

    Please confirm that the Org Unit of the user in the Organizational Plan (PPOMA_BBP) is under that User Id position.. Is there exists any relation in the Org Plan ?

    Related pointers ->

    Note 883953 - SRM 5.0 Roles changes

    Note 1064320 - Roles for SRM6.0

    menupath

    Do let me know.

    Regards

    - Atul

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    • Hello,

      Thank you for the reply. The two users do not belong to the same organisational unit in the hierarchy. They are attached to two different org units and due to that, they also have different approvers of shopping carts.

      Due to that, I find it a bit odd that my user with secretary role can do GR of the other users shopping cart, given the statement in help.sap.com

      rgds

      GAR

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