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Sh.Cart created from PR - but not visible in SOCO(MaterialsHas MRPview)

Hi,

We are in SRM 7.0 Classic scenario - EhP4 - Using ECC-PI-SRM route to transfer docs.

When a PR is created with materials which has MRP1 view with MRP Type value 'ND - no mrp' .... transfered to central system - Shopping cart is getting created. Issue is : this Shopping cart is not displayed in Assign sources of Supply(SOCO) screen.

Shopping carts with PR's containing materials without MRP view are displayed in Assign Sources of supply(SOCO) screen.

We are creating RFx from Assign sources of supply screen by selecting the Shopping carts .

Pls suggest as how to make the "Shopping carts from PRs having materials with MRP view" available in SOCO.

Thanks,

Ashwin.

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    Mar 18, 2011 at 09:27 PM

    Hi

    Check the following configuration:

    1. SRM server->Sourcing->Define sourcing for product categories(is it "sourcing never carried out")

    2. SRM server->Cross application basic settings->Define objects in backend system

    3. Based on the config of point 2, check in the SC if it has a fixed vendor and PO is already created due to which the SC is not shown in the SOCO.

    4. Check SXMB_MONI in both SRM and ECC side.

    5. use transaction /n/sappo/ppo2 to see the issue.

    6. Has PI configuration been done for the interface:

    PurchaseRequestERPSourcingRequest_Out, PurchaseRequestERPSourcingRequest_In

    PurchaseRequestERPSourcingConfirmation_Out, PurchaseRequestERPSourcingConfirmation_In

    with regards

    Manjunath

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Acosta,

      This was a primitive version SRM7.0 where i was facing issue but was resolved by SAP with an OSS note i think. But i didnt see this issue in the later versions of SRM7.01 & SRM7.02.

      Warm Regards,

      Ashwin.