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LIV Blocking scenario for SERVICE PO

Dear Friends,

We've a issue related to invoice blcoking scenario.

In case of SERVICE PO, when LIV is posted, it is blcoked by system if there is any Qty & or Price variance.

This is absolutely as per standard scenario,.

However, this blocking reason must be invalidated by system when appropriate action is taken by user as below:

1 ) if invoice against SERVICE PO is blocked due to price variance, then after user changes PO Price to match it with invoice price, system should automaticvally invalidate blocking reason ( which can be seen thru MRBR tyransaction )

2 ) if invoice against SERVICE PO is blocked due to Qty variance, then after user post additional SERVICE Entry sheet for difference qty, system should automaticvally invalidate this blocking reason ( which can be seen thru MRBR tyransaction )

in both above scenaio, blocking reason remains as it is.

Pls advice if you have faced same issue anytime b4 in any project.

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jun 15, 2009 at 11:24 AM

    you block invoices by setting tolerance for blocking.

    for release you need to go MRBR. there you can select automatically release blocked invoicses.

    check this. I tnink no other option.

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    • Former Member

      Hi Chakrapani,

      Thanks for reply.

      However, this process of MRBR won't work until system invalidates blocking reason itself consequent to appropriate action by user.

      The major issue is that this blocking reason invalidate action is NOT happening at all even after required action.

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