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Purchase Requisitions in IW37 Output

The 'Purchase Requisition' column in the output of IW37 is always blank though an examination of individual work orders listed in the output reveals requisition numbers on many of the operations. What is the purpose of the 'Purchase Requisition' column?

David Macindoe

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2010 at 06:22 AM

    David,

    this field shows the value only when there is a PR created using the order operation with the control key PM03. Filter your report with control key PM03 and check, it will show you the PR number in that field.

    Praveen

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    • Hi,

      ...go to the component tab and find the item associated with that operation. I select the item and click on the Purch. button ..

      This is the purchase requisition for one particular component that is linked to current order/operation. This will not show on the IW37 output list. The output is only capable of showing one PR field per operation line. For any operation there could be many components each with a different purchase requisition.

      Purchase requisition on IW37 will only appear if that PR has been generated specifically for the operation itself - as would be the situation with a external operation. Requisitions created for components will never appear on IW37 list.

      -Paul

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    Posted on Oct 05, 2010 at 09:28 PM

    David,

    That should be the requistion number directly associated to the operation (PR number visible on the Act data tab of the operation). Check the OSS notes at your version if this is not being outputted on the report under the PR field.

    Regards

    Narasimhan

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