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SC POWL of Requester - possible to display SC on header level?

Dear Experts,

in SRM 7.0 CS, i am facing the following question w.r.t. the SC POWL of the requestor.

Currently, in the POWL of the SC requester, the display happens on item level. That means, that all the positions of all the shopping carts of the requester are displayed in the list.

Is it anyhow possible to have this display on the level of the "Header" of the shopping cart? I am thinking of a triangle drop down in the field "Shopping cart number", in case there is more than one SC position in the shopping cart.

Thank you very much for your ideas.

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    Posted on Apr 19, 2011 at 10:30 AM

    Dear All,

    what i have figured out till now is the following:

    in the "Settings" of the POWL (button is at the most right top corner of the POWL), there is the tab "Display" available. Under that tab, there is a check box for hierarchy available. Once the check box is checked, the field "Define" becomes active.

    By clicking on the "Define" button, a pop up opens, where the columns for the hierarchy display can be selected.

    The important point now, is it is necessary to select at leas two columns here, in order to receive a hierarchical display. The first column will build the header in the POWL and the second column will display its information in the POWL, once the user has expanded the header level of the position in the POWL.

    Thank you.

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