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Missing Plant Dependencies in Config

Hi experts,

I was trying to set up a plant in SPRO.

I know that there is a difference between maunally creating a plant vs copying an existing plant.

So, Here is my scenario:

I wanted to create a new plant (eg: pln2) with reference to an existing plant (eg: pln1).

However, I did a manual plant creation in |SPRO> Enterprise Structure>Define, copy, delete, check plant|

Then went on to perform config such a |Assign plant to company code|, |Assign purchasing organization to plant|

I then realise i was missing some dependency data in (pln2) when compared to pln1.

So, what i did next was:

remove the (pln2) in config |SPRO> Enterprise Structure>Define, copy, delete, check plant|

(without removing the config i've done in |Assign plant to company code|, |Assign purchasing organization to plant|)

and proceed to do a plant copy (pln2) with reference to (pln1)

My question is:

Would the data dependency of (pln1) be fully copied over to (pln2)?

If not, what would be the best way to do a plant copy given my scenario?

Edited by: Kiffu4444 on Oct 29, 2010 6:21 AM

Edited by: Kiffu4444 on Oct 29, 2010 6:22 AM

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    Posted on Oct 29, 2010 at 05:24 AM

    Hi,

    U can copy T-Code - EC02, this is the best....no any problem this t-code ...

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  • Posted on Oct 29, 2010 at 06:06 AM

    Hi,

    SAP alwaya recomonds copyng the plant because dependencies like tables , and other GL account .What you do is , remove the plant by deleting at sproent stmm--plant and copy the plant from pl1 if you feel that the plant one is workig fine with all the transactions or copy from a std plant of that country and change the description etc.

    Regards,

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