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PR Value Should come to PO.!!

Hello,

PR Value Should come to PO.

I Know that....the PR Value never copied to PO, bcz in PO the value come from Inforecord.

But scenario is like that..

While Procurement of Capital materials..Boss is giving the Only 2500Rs. We had created the

PR for 2500Rs.

Suppose while creating the PO with ref to PR. system atleast give us the warning or error

message that" the PO value is more than the PR value" then only the user will come to know

PR value is less....

How we will excecute it?

Regards

Sapman man

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 05:58 AM

    Hi

    If u enter price in PR the same will be coming in to PO.

    Just try by doing some setting in SPRO - MM - Purchaing - Env Data - Def Attri System Msg - Sys Msg - In that screen just press F4 in the "Number" column.

    In this chk 06 - 456 & 06 - 494 if these 2 suits ur requirement just add the same by new entries in ur earlier screen.

    Also u can define it by giving error or warning msg in the same screen

    Regards

    Ram

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  • Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 05:34 AM

    Hai,

    The PR price can be copied to PO, if u maintain the PO price field in the valuation tab PR. Here also the system provides the option whether to take this price as a gross price or net price.

    If you want to adopt the price from the purchase requisition as a gross price or net price to the purchase order, the price that is stored in the info record for this material is not taken into account.

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