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SRM 7.0: Purchase Order Response (BUS2209) functionality, workflow

Hello,

We're trying to configure the purchase order response (BUS2209) functionality. We have configured the BUS2209 document types and numberranges and maintained the 'purchase order response expected' marker for certain vendors. We therefore expected to be able to post a POR via the Purchasing:PO powl however the 'create POR manually' and other 'POR actions' are greyed out. Has anybody been able to post BUS2209 documents in an SRM 7.0 system?

Also if we look at: IMG -> SAP SRM -> SRM SERVER -> Cross-Application Basic Settings -> Business Workflow -> Define Process Levels -


No BUS2209 object is list, no workflow can be maintained (you can't add anything manually either). We have activated the Process Controlled Workflow for all business objects.

Any help and input is very much appreciated.

Kind regards,

Tim

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    Posted on Aug 01, 2010 at 05:43 AM

    Hi,

    Check the following Workflow. Whether it is active or not

    WS14500001-Automatic transfer of POR data to PO

    WS14500007 -Send Mail if POR differes from PO

    Regards

    G.Ganesh Kumar

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hello,

      Could you please give us some more information to activate the manual POR in SAP SRM 7.0 version. I did tried all the option you mentioned in the forum, but not successful. If you can give us more information, will be a great help for this issue.

      Thanks

      H.K

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2010 at 02:16 PM

    You could check the following

    1) In BBP_PD for your PO, if the item field OR_IND is checked. This value should be from vendor master data. Based on your description, it should be checked. What I am proposing here is just in case. If the field is not checked, no PO Resp. can be posted.

    2) Check if your PO has an existing change document. If so, no PO Resp. can be posted.

    3) Check the transaction type definition for BUS2209 (which you have done).

    4) There should not be hierarchical structures in your PO item.

    If you have checked all the points above, you might need to put a breakpoint in FM 'BBP_PD_PCO_CREATE'.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Is this really true that no POR can be posted for a PO having changed versions of the document? I find this a bit strange..

      This is how I understood the codes that decide the visibility of the buttons for confirmation.

  • Posted on Jun 28, 2010 at 04:36 PM
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