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P.O number not getting copied

Hi ALL,

I am trying to create sales order with reference to a quatation.

Every thing is working fine but the P.O number is not getting copied from the quatation to the sales order.

So can anyone suggest me which "Data transfer routine" I need to choose in the copy contro in order to get the P.O number copied to the sales order from the quatation.

Regards,

Mallesh.

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2008 at 11:30 AM

    Dear Mallesh

    Go to VTAA, select the combination of QT and OR and see whether the following are maintained

    DataT::::051

    DataT::::101

    DataT::::001

    If not, maintain the above and retry.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2008 at 12:49 PM

    Hi,

    In standard configuration, the Po nb is not copied.

    If you see the routine 101 (for VBKD) in header copy rules (Tcode VTAA), the routine clears this information.

    Then, you can create new routine in copy of 101 with this code :

    ...

    • Data which is not copied

    LOCAL: VBKD-FKDAT.

    LOCAL: VBKD-FPLNR.

    LOCAL: VBKD-WKWAE.

    LOCAL: VBKD-WKKUR.

    LOCAL: VBKD-DELCO.

    • LOCAL: VBKD-BSTKD. <-- Clear this line

    LOCAL: VBKD-ABSSC.

    LOCAL: VBKD-BSTDK.

    ...

    • PO data should not be copied

    • CLEAR: VBKD-BSTKD <-- Clear this line

    Clear : VBKD-BSTDK,

    VBKD-BSARK,

    ...

    Regards,

    Lionel

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 05:22 AM

    XXX

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