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Open PO transfer to SUS system (MM-SUS Scenario)

Hi Guys,

We are implementing MM-SUS scenario (Go Live on 1st October 2009).

Currently the client has 750 open POu2019s since January 2009 and they want to transfer all the POu2019s to the SUS system during the cut over period.

We will change the PO and the POu2019s will be transferred to the SUS system in create mode

This can be attained by changing the process code in the message type ORDCHG from u201CME11 (ORDCHG: Purchase order change)u201D to u201CME10 (ORDERS: Purchase order) during the cut over period

Please advice, if transferring the open POu2019s to the SUS system will create any other complexities.

We could not find any information in the standard SAP document.

Regards,

Enrico

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    Posted on May 20, 2015 at 09:03 AM

    Hi Enrico,

    Assuming you have successfully went live, can you be kind enough to give some insights on this topic.

    As per my testing I see that there is a challenge in transferring open POs to SUS, as XMLs fail in SUS system due to the absence of preceding documents. But please let me know your experience.

    Regards,

    Vardhan

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  • Posted on May 21, 2015 at 02:44 PM

    Enrico, please refer to this thread with the exact same question: http://scn.sap.com/thread/3741076

    regards

    Zoltan

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