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PO Change Document created by TCode ME28

Dears MM Experts ,

When I was checking the PO change history I found that PO line item amount is changed through TCode ME28 (Collective release) , when I tried to change any PO from ME28 and then Double click on the line item and then go to change mode and change something then save , it's showing me that I changed the document through ME23N not from ME28 .

so do you have any idea when I can change the Document from ME28 , and how can I prevent that.

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2017 at 09:43 AM

    SAP just released Note 2537725 to solve the issue

    Symptom

    When you use BAPI_PO_RELEASE to release a purchase order, System successfully release the document but fails to update total value at the time of release (EKKO-RLWRT) and version data like EREV-FGNAM (Name of person effecting release), EREV-FGDAT (Date of release).

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    • Not quite sure how this OSS note relates to your question about the wrong transaction code, this symptom is not at all mentioned in the note.

      further you explicitly said you had done it in transaction ME28, the note is talking about BAPI

      the note further mentions 2 preconditions which you had not mentioned at all.

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