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production order operation confirmation before 261 movement

Dear All,

In a production order, components are assigned to operations.

I want to knw if there is any method to prevent the production order confirmation (CO11N) before issuing the material to production order. (261 movement).

Thanks in anticipation..

Regards,

Chetan.

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2011 at 02:25 PM

    By using 'user exit' it is possible to disallow confirmation if goods issues are not posted against each component.

    use function exit EXIT_SAPLCORF_104 (user exit CONFPP04) and write the code to read table RESB for the withdrawal qty and compare it to the required qty (or calculate qty for the qty being confirmed). If they match great, if not provide an error message and no update

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2011 at 12:52 PM

    This query has been asked many times in this forum, can you do a search, you will find many threads on it.

    Alternatively you can wait for someone to paste those threads for you.... I would say better to use search....

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      Dear Vivek,

      Appreciate your suggestion. I tried searching the topic in the forum by using all relevant words, bt ws unable to find it in the vast sea (May b i went wrong somewhr) . Could you pls. suggest the correct way to search it what could have been the possible search words for this particular querry? - It will help to resolve the querries in future as well. (In case of repeated ones)..

      Thanking u in anticipation.

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