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wrong assignment of network

Dear Experts,

Can any one solve this issue.

This issue is basically of wrong assignment of network.

For example:

U have X- Project(WBS)u2026u2026u2026u2026u2026u2026u2026.X-Network

U have Y-Project(WBS)u2026u2026u2026u2026u2026u2026u2026u2026.Y-Network

By mistake user made

For X WBSu2026u2026u2026u2026Y Network

Now the issue stage is

PRu2026..Completed

POu2026.Completed

Cost bookingu2026u2026.completed

Now I want to break this cross link (Networku2026Wbs)

What the best solution we can provide to user

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Chandra

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2008 at 06:33 AM

    Hai Chandra,

    Does the network has material assignmnet ? or it is only an internal activity with some work and duration ?

    In anycase....since you say cost bookings already happened...settle all costs of Y WBS to X WBS and if material exists...do stock transfer from Y WBS to X WBS.

    To have clarity henceforth you can try following

    1) Define separate Network types for X and Y Networks.

    2) Put them under separate number ranges.

    3) Configure separate network profile and default respective network types in corresponding X and Y network profiles.

    4) Have separate Project profiles and default corresponding network profiles in X and Y project profiles.

    5) Make Network Profiles and Network Types as GREY for these project profiles in configuration. (T-code = OPUA).

    Please share ur observations after u try this.

    Thanks

    Saikishore Ganga

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 09:31 AM

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