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reasons for rejections

hi,

what is the importance of reasons for rejection and it effects in the back ground that is with availability check and TOR.

if a line item is selected and deleted or reasons for rejection is applied.

regards,''balajit

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 04:45 AM

    Reason of Rejection basically uses for some of the reasons like :-

    1.when the User has enough stock but doesn't want to sell further then they can close the order by proper Reason of Rejection

    2 if User has created MTO Sales Order and due to some reasons he puts the Reason of Rejection then Production Deptt. will not produce the Material respective to the Sales Order.

    3. You can put it at Header & Item Level both as per the Above reasons.

    Best Regards,

    Ankur

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 08:35 AM

    The rejection can come either from your organization (for example, you can reject a customer request for a credit memo because it is unreasonable) or from the customer (for example, the customer rejects a quotation because the price is too high).

    The following list shows the effects on different document types after you enter a reason for rejection:

    For Inquiries and quotations: no further references by other documents

    For Sales orders: no further delivery of items

    For Contracts: no further creation of release orders

    For Credit and debit memo requests: no further processing of credit or debit memos

    Effects in Availability and TOR

    If you enter a reason for rejection, the system automatically cancels any MRP requirements previously generated for the items.

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