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Material in Service Purchase order

Hi Experts,

Please let me know is it possible to Enter Service and Material both in Service Purchase Order.

My client is asking for above requirement. He wants to add Material No. also in Service po.

If there is any possiblility. Please let me know.

Reg,

Ashok

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 05:55 AM

    Hello,

    There is no restriction in sap standared to enter one line with item category D and another line with material.

    We do it all the time.

    the only thing is that the users should do ML81N for the service line

    and MIGO for the material line.

    Best regards

    Shachar

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 06:28 AM

    I think ur requirement is in a same line item in ur PO where u have used item category as D,u want to use material number also,right??

    In that case if u go thru spro mm -purchasing -define external representation of item categories double click on D -here u will find that Material Required is Not allowed and also it is greyed out.Thats why it is not letting u to do service against a material number.

    regards,

    indranil

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    • Hi,

      In standard purchase document ie NB system is allowing to add service and material both.

      but my client has a seperate document type for Service purchase order.

      When iam trying to add service and material both in this doc type system is throwing errors.

      note:

      I went to Purchase order documents types and selected the Service document type and in allowed item categories Standard doc type added.

      Later i have created service entry sheet for service and done migo for material.

      Could any one please explain whether is this the correct way.

      Reg,

      Ashok

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