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Blanket purchase oreder price display

Hi all,

I don' want price to be displayed in PO printout for document type FO(blanket purchase order).

I would to know the setting for the same.

Ashok

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    Posted on Jan 12, 2009 at 02:01 PM

    Hello Ashok,

    Please navigate to the Calculation schema under pricig procedures and adjust the print relevant indicator so you can adjust it accordingly

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      Hey Ashok,

      The other solution is worth a try.. however if you intend to use teh BADI, talk to you r ABAP'er and use ME_PO_PRICING_CUST, and code two lines there stating that if the Doc type of the PO is FO, then print indictor should be removed. This will work for sure..

      Pavan

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    Posted on Jan 13, 2009 at 12:33 PM

    Hi

    If your PO Print form is a custom developed then you can make the Changes in the form itself.

    Please take the help of ABAPEr

    The logic would be if the PO document type is FO Then you need not print Price details in the PO.

    You can get the form details in the Customizing of the message type used for the Purchase order in

    SPRO_> IMG-> MM-> Purcahsing > Messages> Output Control-> Message Types-> Define Message Types for Purchase Order->

    Select the message type & click on processing routines, here you can see the Print program & the form attched for each medium of Output

    Thanks & Regards

    Kishore

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2009 at 05:25 AM

    thanx all

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