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PO Printing for Warehouse Users

Hi all,

My client raised a requirement for warehouse users to be able to print PO. Previously, a hard copy is passed over to warehouse personnel by the sourcing department. However, due to current location constraints, doing so is not feasible.

However, how can we give warehouse users access to print PO (ME9F) and yet do not give them access to change PO? Problem is to repeat an output, user need to maintain it via the PO change screen, is there anyway to go around that process?


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    Posted on Jan 27, 2010 at 02:28 AM


    Yes it is possible. You do not have to give warehouse users access to ME22N.

    What you need to do is:

    1) Give access to ME9F

    2) To repeat output, at the selection screen, change processing status to 1, and enter the purchasing document number

    3) Click on the checkbox to select the Purchase Order line

    4) Click on Message Details

    5) Select the green flag line and click repeat output

    6) Save

    7) Now at the selection screen of ME9F, enter purchasing document, use processing status 0, execute and then print it out.

    This should do it.

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      As mentioned above, ME9F can be used for reoutputting a PO, if the output medium is Print and output time is '3'. Otherwise, you may create a program using function RV_MESSAGE_UPDATE to create message in NAST table and output it using program RSNAST00.



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