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ISU_METER_REMOVE

Hi,

Need to know inputs required to run the FM ISU_METER_REMOVE and ISU_METER_INSTALL

Appreciate your help.

Regards

Komal

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 06:25 AM

    Hi,

    1st of All I need to know if you working in a Net company (Physical Devices), or on a Supplier (Device Info Record), in order to know which FM is more accurate.

    Either way I do sugguet that you use the FM's:

    ISU_S_WORKLIST_INSTALL_PROVIDE, to retrie installation Master data and Devices which are already installed.

    Afterwards, you will need to call FM

    The Actions permited by the last FM, are:

    NET company

    01 Full Installation

    02 Full Removal

    03 Replacement

    06 Technical Installation

    07 Technical Removal

    08 Reversal of technical installation

    09 Reversal of installation relevant to all data

    10 Reversal of technical replacement

    11 Reversal of technical installation, removal,

    Supplier with DIR (logical devices)

    04 Billing-Related Installation

    05 Billing-Related Removal

    Has you can see for DIR we can Reverse. Everythime you want to use the "reverse" action for a Device Installation, you will need to 2 steps:

    1s remove the New device.

    2nd re-install the Old device on the same day that it was previous removed.

    I hope this helps. Please award points if info is relevant.

    KR,

    AAL!

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