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Limit SC with multiple service entry sheets is possible ?

Hi Team,

We are now in SRM 5.0 and going to upgrade 5.0 to 7.0. We want to implement the limit SC functionality in SRM and subsequently by making use of this PO, we want to create multiple service entry sheets. But when I do Service entry sheet with reference to PO, system creating SES with the full PO amount and allowing to create multiple SES even if it crosses the PO amount also.

Our intension is to have multiple SES with partial amounts and multiple Invoices.

We are planning to ativate the time sheeting tab for ECS scenario and wants to use this scenario for time sheeting of Contractors and External staff.

We are thinking to change the activity unit from 1 to 100 before PO creation and subsequently we can make use of this PO for mutiple SES.

Can you please provide some pointers on this.

Thanks in advance!

Regards,

Ram

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  • Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 10:12 AM

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