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Delivery Copletion Indicator

dear gurus,

After putting delivery completion indicator in PO document how can system allow GRN? if it is standard then plz given me suggesion how to contral it?

upesh

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2009 at 07:21 AM

    Hi

    For more information on the delivery completeion indicator refer note 1093582

    Regards

    Lokesh

    Edited by: Lokesh Anantha on Jul 21, 2009 9:21 AM

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2009 at 07:18 AM

    The u201Cdelivery completedu201D indicator specifies whether a purchase order item is regarded as closed.

    This means that you do not expect any more goods receipts for this item. The open quantity is zero.

    You can still post goods receipts for any residual quantities, but these will not change the open order

    quantity.

    If you change the quantity of a delivery after it has been posted, the R/3 System does not cancel the

    u201Cdelivery completedu201D indicator automatically. It issues a warning message and you have to cancel it

    manually.

    If an order cancellation or return reduces the delivered quantity to an amount that is below the

    tolerance level, the R/3 System cancels the u201Cdelivery completedu201D indicator.

    In this case, it issues a warning message to inform you that the u201Cdelivery completedu201D indicator has

    been reset. If you do not expect any more deliveries, you can then enter the indicator again manually.

    It will not be changed automatically by the R/3 System thereafter.

    Regards,

    Indranil

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