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3rd party process

HI Gurus,

I have 3rd party scenario.

1) I would like to know if it is posiible to restrict creation of PR in sales order, if the customer is credit blocked or if he has a delivery block.i.e PR should not be created on saving the order , if customer has exceeded hiscredit limit or there is a delivery block in customer master.Is there any user exit that I can use?

2) If 3rd party item is marked with reason for rejection , what is its impact on the PR created .Will the PR still remain open.

Thanks and regards,

Nilesh

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 09:20 PM

    1. You have controls available for sales orders and deliveries, but not for Prq's or PO's.

    2. Rejection of a parent sales order item will delete the Prq.

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2008 at 10:45 AM

    Hi Nilesh,

    1. The behaviour describe is standard system behaviour. The problem is that a third party order is not relevant for delivery. As a result, at no point of document creation will the delivery block be checked.

    The delivery block stops only the creation of a delivery.

    Creation of the purchase requisition will only be blocked in the case of a credit block on the order. With a delivery block with associated confirmation block, the purchase requisition will still be created.

    2. Please check SAP Note 356895.

    Hope this helps.

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