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In GRPO pld i need to track PO NO and PO date is it possible to track those values and i can track PO NO but I'm not getting PO DATE .

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2009 at 10:21 AM

    Look for posting date(Doc Date) in row level of GRPO(PDN1),posting date of purchase order get copied into GRPO.

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2009 at 06:04 AM

    Hi

    Try this, you will be get the PO No. & Date in GRPO Document Print.

    ->> Open the GRPO PLD.

    ->> Create 2 Database Fields in Repetetive Area and Assign the PO No. & Date.

    Purchase Order No.

    Table -> PDN1 - Goods Receipt PO - Rows.
    Column -> BaseRef - Base Document No.
    

    Purchase Order Doc. Date

    Table -> PDN1 - Goods Receipt PO - Rows.
    Column -> DocDate - Posting Date.
    

    Regards,

    Madhan.

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    • Former Member JENNIFER ANDERSON

      Hi Jennifer Anderson,

      Try to Create the same Procedure. Do this,

      ->> Open the PLD.

      ->> Create 2 Database Fields in Start of Reports.

      1st Database Field: Ex. Field_123. Purchase Order No.

      Table -> PDN1 - Goods Receipt PO - Rows.
      Column -> BaseRef - Base Document No.
      

      2nd Database Field: Ex. Field_456. Purchase Order Doc. Date

      Table -> PDN1 - Goods Receipt PO - Rows.
      Column -> DocDate - Posting Date.
      

      ->> Click Field_123 in Start of Report.

      ->> Goto Properties Window and Click the General Tab.

      Link to - Field_123 (BaseRef Field ID).

      ->> Click Field_456 in Start of Report.

      ->> Goto Properties Window and Click the General Tab.

      Link to - Field_123 (BaseRef Field ID).

      Save it and run the preview. it will be work exactly.

      Regards,

      Madhan.

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