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PR Release Strategy

hello all,

why is sap is only accepting one 'class' for PR release strategy with overall requisition?

i have PR class 'US_PR_Strategy' with the ff: characteristic for our US company


now,we want to activate the PR release strategy as well to our UK branch but the characteristic for the total amount is in GBP

i tried to create new class,with same set of characteristic except for the PR total amount which is i created a new one with default currency of GBP.

when i tried to configure the ff:

release group class description overall requistion

a1 class1 US_PR_Stragety /

a2 class2 UK_PR_Strategy /

the system dont allow me to save saying that there should be one class having overall requisition ticked.

is there any way i can address this requirement? thanks in advance

Edited by: she on Oct 3, 2009 4:10 PM

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    Posted on Oct 03, 2009 at 05:35 PM


    you need not have different class for different currencyncharacteristic. Evenif your current class will serve the purpose which is having charecteristic currency in USD, and your PR's are in GBP, system automatically converts the PR amount in USD as per exchange rates maintained in FI Exchange rates table and accordingly your release strategy gets attracted.

    Further You can not define multiple classes.

    I hope above explanation will help u.


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      As u said..both release strategies are different, For release strategy in UK mention the value in USD which will be equal to 5K GBP. It will solve your problem. Means for release strategy of UK put value as > 7965 USD (=5000 GBP)

      Hope this will help u.


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