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Outbound Order Confirmation - Output control for incomplete sales orders

Hi EDI Folks,

I have a simple question. I want to send EDI 855 for only the completed sales orders.

Whenever inbound sales order is processed and if the order is incomplete. I don't want to send the order confirmation for the order at that point of time. When that order is made complete, then only i want to send the order confirmation (EDI 855).

How can we do it??

What is the output determination requirement for this??

Right now i am using requirement '02' which proposes EDI output for both complete and incomplete sales orders.

Please respond to the above quesition.

Thanks and waiting for your reply,

Creasy Matt

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2008 at 05:28 PM

    Actually requirement 002 shoudl get trigerred only for completed sales orders. if you look it is checkign UVALL = C else it is exiting with subrc = 4.

    I would say to put a break-point at the requirement and see why it is not behaving the way you want it to be.

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 11:16 PM

    Even though i have a delivery block on my sales order, the incompletion log shows that the sales document is "Complete".

    Because of this, the EDI output is being proposed immediately which i don't want.

    I want the output to be proposed only for the completed sales orders.

    Why the value of the status = 'C' , even though it is supposed not to be.

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