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Actual Activities not appearing after Confirmation


I got a situation where in we are using CO11 for confirmation.

We have 3 Activities in the Std Values viz, Machine, Labour and Actual Weight

After entering the Yield Qty and pressing Actual Data, Machine and Labour are appearing, but Actual Weight is not Appearing.

Necessary settings in OPK4 and OPK0 are already in place.

Please guide.

Thanks in advance,


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    Posted on Mar 12, 2010 at 07:59 AM


    There are 3 possibilities to populate the activity fields:

    1) The system can propose them based on quantity, using the standard

    formula, directly after entry of the operation being confirmed please check it in your order first

    2) The system can propose them at the time of saving

    3) They can be manually entered ~ however using this option, formula

    will not recalculate using the settings from the Standard value key,

    set for the work centre.

    To set one of the above as default in customising, follow these steps:

    - Call transaction OPK0

    - Select the default Confirmation Profile

    - Select the Default tab and set the default for Quants and Services

    to 'Immediate Proposal' or 'Propose When Saving'

    These options allow you to choose whether the activity proposal in

    C011N is given immediately after entry of the operation to be

    confirmed or upon saving the confirmation. However note that if

    you subsequently override these proposals by maually entering activity

    details, the formulae will not be recalculated and manually entered

    data will take presidence.



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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hello Harris,

      Would you please share your modifiction as I have the same issue? The wieght shown under quantity in CO11N (COWB_COMP-ERFMG) is totally off. Thanks for your help.


      Edited by: newoxford on Oct 12, 2010 5:50 PM

      Edited by: newoxford on Oct 12, 2010 5:50 PM

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