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Unable to change Purchase Order

Hi Friends,

We are working with SRM5.0 on extended classic scenario.....

I have one Purchase Order & it is in order status, Now unable change PO & If i click on change, i am getting the following error message

"Action Not possible because change version exist"

Can you please tell me how to proceed after this....OR Is there any report to make change this PO???

Thank You/

Shrinivas

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2010 at 07:05 AM

    Shrinivas

    Another way that accomplishes the same result is the following method.

    1. Run BBP_PD and copy the GUID for the parent object as explained in the previous message.

    2. Run SE37 and enter function module name BBP_PDHGP_DB_DIRECT_UPDATE

    3. Paste the GUID from step 1 into the GUID and enter N into the Change Lock field

    4. F8 to run the function module, not a lot appears to happen except you get a run time back.

    This should clear the flag and make the PO available for change.

    I guess both methods work but using a function module is probably a little safer?

    Hope this helps

    Allen

    Edited by: Allen Brooks on Jan 29, 2010 8:08 AM

    Edited by: Allen Brooks on Jan 29, 2010 8:08 AM

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2010 at 06:16 AM

    Hi,

    Please goto BBP_PD and type the PO no for the object ID, select BUS2201 as Object Type and execute, you will get the GUID for the PO. Goto SE16, call the table BBP_PDHGP, input the GUID that you took from BBP_PD and execute. Now you access the table in debug mode where you can reset the flag for the field CHANGE_LOCK.

    Once you reset the flag, you modify the PO.

    Regards

    Azad

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