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Purchase Order Amendment

Dear All,

I'm explaining the scenario below:

I have raised a purchase order.After negotiations with the vendor now I want to amend the PO already raised.The new PO should have a reference of the old PO.

Can we link both of these PO's ?

How to deal with this situation ?

simply editing the existing PO and putting reference manually is not acceptable .Any other solution?

Please guide me in this issue

Thanks in advance .

Rgds,

kannan

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 08:31 AM

    Hi Suresh,

    Its not provide a link to the Old PO from the Amended PO. Only you can give a reference in the New PO to the PO that has been amended.

    1. Create a User Field Flag (Yes / On) on header level for Marketing Documents call it as Amend PO.

    Create another User Field (Text) on teh Header Level for Marketing Document call it as PO Reference,

    Write a Formated Search teh Text field to display all the PO that has a Flag as Yes for the Amend PO field and then select the PO Number or the Reference No to display in the User Field (Text Field).

    2. Another way is to export the PO that needs to be amended, to Word file and save it on system. And Create a User Field of type Link and then link the document to the field.

    I guess this should solve your problem.

    Regards,

    Rohan S. Kamble.

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  • Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 02:07 PM

    Why don’t use you the Change Log?

    You can edit the order and follow the changes from the log (Tools / Change Log). Double clicking to the appropriate line you can see (or even duplicate) the full previous version.

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 06:07 PM

    alternative solution

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