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KANBAN Status

Hi,

Can we change KANBAN status automatically from EMPTY to UNDER PROCESS or INTRANSIT?

Is it possible then how.

Can any one suggest me the way.

Thanking you,

Krishna Mohan.

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 08:17 AM

    Hi,

    you can define the staus sequence in customizing. Use OM16 and create a new status sequence. Define the right sequence with selecting + for used stutus and empty for non used status.

    You can not change the sort order of the steps.

    Save it and assign the staus sequence in the control cyle in the flow control tab (PKMC).

    Kind regards.

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 11:48 AM

    Hi,

    In KANBAN system u can not change two status automatically with std system.

    If u want to change two status automatically then u have to activate some user exit or BAPI for that particular transaction.

    Eg:

    For In house production suppose ur status sequence in like "Empty --> In process >Intransit -> Full".

    Then when u trigger then kanban card (Make it Empty) then system triggers a planned order.

    Once u convert planned order to production order when release or clicked on the save button then activate some BADI to change the status of particular bin to In process.

    So when do the GR against production order then change the status from In process ---> intransit this setting to be done in the configuration.(Change status from In process ---> intransit activate GR tab).

    So try to activate some BAPI with ur required application and try to execute.

    Note : BAPI(T.CODE) >Production planning and control -> KANBAN use these BAPI

    Regards

    Vijay

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