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How can I terminate the purchase order item?

Dear all,

I have created and released a purchase order, which had two items. like following

Item Material no qty delivery date

10 Material-A 1000 pcs 12-25-2008

20 Material-B 300 pcs 12-28-2008

This purchase order has been released. And the vendor production order had been released and producted too. Item 10 has been producted and deliveried 300 pcs to our company. Now the purchase department asked to terminate the item 10. They didn't want the 700 pcs left.

So we have to cancel the purchase order item 10. But we couldn't terminate this item.

How can I do? Please tell me how to do step by step.

Thank you very much!

Paul.

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 05:12 AM

    Hi,

    Once PO line item have taken place for subsequent transaction you cannt delete or terminate this line item of PO.

    If management decide that for this line item no more delivery should take place then for this requirement SAP has given the solution, what you have to do that in ME22N of PO ---> Delivery screen of Item detail, you will find Delivery complete indicator, Activate this indicator for PO line item 10 & save it, there after for this line item no more delivery will take place.

    this the only way you can terminate you line item 10 for no more delivery.

    hope it helps...

    manoj singh

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 05:03 AM

    Dear ,

    If you want to retrun to vendor then do the return delivery insisted of material docucment wich is you are created for item 10.

    following process

    go to migo -


    select return delivery -


    second materila doc no -


    enter mat.doc no & in detail data ..qty tab page change the qty which you want to retrun & post the same.

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 05:43 AM

    Thank you everybody. You've replied me how to terminate the purchase order item and how to return delivery to vendor. That's great!

    Thanks again!

    Paul

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 05:43 AM

    Dear,

    You can't delete purchase order at header level.

    You have to deleter purchase order line item wise.

    You can do it with ME22N t-code.

    Enter t-code ME22N, Select all line item of purchase order and click on delete indicator.

    Otherwise click on Delivery complete indicator of purchase order.

    You can also delete purchase order line item wise with MASS t-code.

    Enter t-code MASS, Select object BUS2012, Go in Field tab and select field MASSEKKO-LOEKZ and click on execute button.

    Then enter your purchase order documents number and enter indicator for deletion as X.

    Regards,

    Sri

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 06:02 AM

    New situation has been occured.

    After terminating the purchase order item, the QC check some materials were poor quality. So we should return delivery to the vendor.

    I use migo to return delivery. When I finished the return, the relevant purchase order item which is marked Delivery completed indicator, this indicator had been changed to not checked.

    Why? In my opinion, returning delivery has nothing to do with terminating purchase order item. Why SAP use the way like this?

    Paul

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