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Rejected line items in Contract should not be copied in Sales order

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I have a situation here, when i reject a line item in contract and when i create a sales order with reference to contract, all the line items are getting copied. Even the rejected line items in the contract are getting copied to the sales order, it should not copy the line items that are rejected in contract. Can any body suggest me how to over come this problem??

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Ghanesh

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    Posted on Mar 04, 2010 at 05:57 AM

    Hi,

    Maintain rejection code for line item and see

    if it still copying in sales order then modify copying requirement routine and maintain your condition of rejection in routine.

    Kapil

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    Posted on Mar 04, 2010 at 05:53 AM

    I hope you have maintained the reason for rejection for line item in contract. If not do it by keeping reason for rejection in contract line items and try .

    TRail Base

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    Posted on Mar 04, 2010 at 08:45 AM

    You need check the copy control in T-CODE: VTAA.

    Then you should make sure that the Copying Requirements value is "301" in your specific item category.

    The sap introduction of that routine is shown as below.

    RE LV45C301

    Title

    Item rejection reason

    Purpose

    This is an example of a copying requirement. Copying requirements are FORM routines that check certain requirements as a precondition for the copying process. In this requirement, all lines that have a reason for rejection are not copied into the target document.

    Example

    A sales order is created for a customer that will later be replicated for all of their branch offices. The customer chooses to reject some of the line items in the original order. These rejected items should not be copied to subsequent sales orders. Using this copy requirement, line items in the reference document with a reason for rejection will not be copied to a target document.

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    Posted on Mar 04, 2010 at 09:45 AM

    Thanks to every one who gave me the solution, problem is solved

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    Ghanesh

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2011 at 11:34 AM

    Hi, I am also facing the same situation but what i have found out is if a line item in a contract is referanced in sales order then it cannot be deleted ..if this is true then whats the procedure to be followed to delete and item in the contract ..should we keep RFR and also keep billing block????

    Please help...whats the procedure to be followed?

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2011 at 11:49 AM

    Hi, I am also facing the same situation but what i have found out is if a line item in a contract is referanced in sales order then it cannot be deleted ..if this is true then whats the procedure to be followed to delete and item in the contract ..should we keep RFR and also keep billing block????

    Please help...whats the procedure to be followed?

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 08:52 PM

    Hi,

    How do you reject items in a Service Contract? If I add a Reject status at contract line item level, how do I link Rejection Reasons to this?

    Thanks,

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