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output type issue

Hi

my users taking printout first hundred number of purchase order,after that take same hundred po change qty save it without giving output type neu,so my users forgot po numbers,so users need to go manually output type neu

those 100 po,take printout in me9f

so how to findout those hundred number of po,i need t.code from mm,apart from abap,users cant use se71

I dont need automatic generation of neu in me22n.becoz change items only com in me9f.

Regards

mani

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    Posted on Apr 19, 2011 at 09:56 AM

    Hi,

    If your users are taking print out of same 100 PO then you can then to use range in ME9F transacation by first PO number to 100 PO's.

    Regards

    Ravi shankar.

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  • Posted on Apr 19, 2011 at 10:16 AM

    You have to get the data from tables CDPOS and CDHDR or EKPO to put fiter on change date to know PO documents.

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  • Posted on Apr 19, 2011 at 10:15 AM

    Hi,

    Purachase Order is a commited document & you should have control on process. Purchase Order Creation - > Purachase Order Changes(If any)--- > Purachase Order aprroval -


    > Purchase Order Print out/e-mail to vendor.

    When users taking printout of purchase orders,after that same PO changed by changing qty & save and print out taken.

    As Purachase Order is a commited document, why output type to be changed & why authorisation will given to change the same. Output type should be automatically based on PO document type & with may be other parameters.

    If you need report of output type chnaged on PO( which will be not allowed generally) , can be cross checked in table NAST with SE11 t.code.

    Regards,

    Biju K

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