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Prices - Previous value should not be picked while next ordering

Hi,

While creating a Purchase order the system picks the value of the previous order by default. Is there any way i can avoid this in the system.

I dont want the system to pick up the previous value.

Thanks

Amit Sawant

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    Posted on May 02, 2008 at 01:49 AM

    Dear Amit ,

    can you please specify what value you mean?

    actually if you created a manual PO, several information get copied from Purchasing info record, but u can still overwrite it,but if you mean that the net price always copied from the previous PO, you can check the user profile for the EVO parameter, which value maintain in config : Materials ManagementPurchasingEnvironment Data--Define Default Values for Buyers --> Settings for Default Values in 'Price adoption tab" --"always copy"

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    Posted on May 02, 2008 at 03:37 AM

    You have to set up the following

    spro-mm-purchasing-enviornment data-define default values for buyers-settings for default values-select 01-select details-choose price adoption tab---check donot copy and save the data.

    now thru SU01/SU3 maintain EVO in parameter id and 01 in parameter value and save.

    in this case price will not get copied from previous docu,ment for all the doc type.

    now the rest all other doc type po will determine the price from info record.

    that means you problem is solved.

    this effect will be for that or those users who will be using that user id...

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