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Status Change for Delivery Document

Hi

I have a delivery document for which I setting a delivery block, this blocks pgi.

Now when I check for the document flow, The status of the document is still OPEN.

I want this status to be COMPLETED.

I understand that we can change the Status thru VBUK, VBUP tables for this document.

Is there any other way.

Rgds

CGRA

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    Posted on May 23, 2009 at 09:25 AM

    Rameshanand,

    You are saying that you dont want delivery doc. to be selected in VF04 but at the same time you want delivery doc. to have "completed" status.

    As stated above, del. doc. cant have completed status unless it is fully delivered (PGId).

    What you can do is put billing block to this delivery doc. in change mode (VL02n) at Header level - Financial Processing Tab.

    Now in VF04, select check box for No docs with billing block. So system will not take this delivery document into account as it has billing block, it will simply ignore it unless you remove the same again in VL02n

    Hope this will help you.

    Regards,

    sagar

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  • Posted on May 22, 2009 at 03:05 AM

    Hi C G Rameshanand,

    Normally the delivery status in doc flow will become 'completed' once the billing document is generated. Could you please confirm if you observe the same or your system have different response on the functionality?

    Best regards,

    Huey Chin

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