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Delete button not available for goods receipt when PO has GR-Based IV set

Hi ll,

the delete button for confirmations is greyed out when the PO has the GR-Based IV set, the return delivery button however is available.

There are several goods receipt on the PO some of which have linked invoices but the goods receipt I want to cancel is not linked to an invoice.

I've checked the backend config and it's the same for movement types 102 and 122. Also I can manually post a 102 in the backend.

For PO's without GR-Based IV both the delete and return delivery buttons are available.

Does anyone have any ideas? We are on SRM 4.0.

Cheers

Chris

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 12:18 PM

    Hi Chris,

    that´s how it´s designed in SRM, you can´t delete the GR as soon as there´s an existing invoice and GR_BASEDIV is set.

    A need to modify FORM activity_check_cf_cancel if you would like to change the fact....

    BR

    Michael

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    • Hi,

      thanks for the response but I don't think this situation is related to backend settings as I can perform a 102 and a 122 against the same PO l;ine directly in R/3.

      This appears to be an SRM "feature".

      To claifry the situation

      PO flagged as GR-Based IV

      Purchase Order line has several goods receipts and several invoice receipts matched.

      Tryning to cancel a confirmation in SRM for a goods receipt without a matched invoice receipt.

      "Delete" button is not available but "Return Delivery" button is available.

      In R/3 backend I can post a 102 (delete) or a 122 (return) without any issues.

      Config settings are the same for 102 and 122 in the R/3 backend.

      Any one any ideas?

      Cheers

      Chris

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