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Sending deleted PO line items through ORDERS05 idoc

Hi,

We have a scenario where idoc is triggered when a PO is created. But according to the standard functionality the deleted PO line items are not getting populated in the Idoc.

The fn module used for processing is IDOC_OUTPUT_ORDERS.

Is it possible to populate the deleted line items(ekpo-loekz = L) in the idoc through customer-exits after extending the idoc with the deletion indicator at item level?

Thanks,

Poornima

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  • Posted on Jan 29, 2010 at 10:05 AM

    Purchase order output (ORDERS and ORDCHG)

    from OSS Note 456127 - FAQ: Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) in purchasing

    1. Question:

    In the purchase order, one or more items have a deletion indicator. Why are these not transferred with the IDoc?

    Answer:

    Deleted items are only issued with IDoc type ORDCHG. You may have selected the wrong ME10 process code for the output of change messages in the partner profile. To set the partner profile correctly, see the answer to the next question.

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    2. Question:

    In the partner profiles for the ORDERS outgoing message, the change message was also entered.

    Answer:

    You can use IDoc type ORDCHG for the output of changes. Define the following data in the outbound parameters for the respective partner:

    » application: EF

    » message type: enter the corresponding value

    » transaction code: ME11 (is linked to IDOC_OUTPUT_ORDCHG)

    » change message: X

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