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Transfer to browser-based PI sheet


I am working with PP-PI industries, and I have create first time “Transfer to browser-based PI sheet “

I want to know,

How the values add in PI sheet via operator?(These sheets not allow adding any value)

How can change the status of PI sheet?

Pl helps me for finding the solution.



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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 09:37 AM


    goto -- CO60 and click on to change icon then you can enter the value in it.

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  • Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 11:46 AM

    Hi Rajesh,

    Your question "How the values add in PI sheet via operator" is not very clear... I cld understand you want to add certain values in the PI Sheets using some formulas or You are asking abt the value addition to the process because of PI Sheet usage.

    Secont, The status of PI Sheet...usuallu "Inprocess , Processed, new"will be the statuses...

    New - Newly created PI Sheet

    In Process - you have entered some values in the PI Sheet...But not completed the PI sheet by clicking the "Complete" button at the top of the PI Sheet..

    Processed - U have completed the PI Sheet,,by clicking the "complete" button in the PI sheet.

    Sometime you ll see yellow or red warnings in the status..This means the PI messages ( the data entered in the PI Sheet) is still pending ( not send to the Process message destinations) destination can be functional modules which will perform Normal Transactions .

    Warning will araise for locking conditions...ex. process order in change mode is active so system cld not perform the transaction.

    Red message indicates errors..

    You can see the ststus & the log in CO52 ( process message monitor) transaction.

    Please come back with your exact query

    Thanks & regards

    Mahesh babu

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