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PP Data Archiving for 10-15 years

Dear experts,

Could you please let me know what are the considering points while going for PP data alone archiving. (ie WHat happens to the any open purchase orders/schedules, any un accounted documents).Has anybody done this ? If so please

let me know the procedure, Pros-cons.



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  • Posted on May 03, 2011 at 03:09 AM


    In my experience, the production orders can be archived once the settlement is done (This will make sure that the cost balance is zero.) or that is a fresh order means the cost balance is zero even if no settlement has been done.

    Also, you need to set the deletion flag for the purchase orders at least if that is connected to the production order. The system will show you the purchase orders when you trying to set the deletion flags to the production order or archive.

    The account documents are not checked during archiving.

    In order to archive the production orders, please go to transaction SARA, and input the orbject PP_ORDER, then carry out the steps from preproc (Set deletion flag and deletion indicator), write (create archive file for the orders) to delete (delete the archived order, this will delete the orders from table physically) one by one.



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    Posted on May 03, 2011 at 12:21 PM
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      Dear Leon nad pavan,

      Thanks for the reply. But here is the thing is that we are following REM .So for certain cases only we go for Production Order scenario. So, I want to archive the total data pertaining to PP in REM scenario.

      IF that is not possbile means I want to archive total data (inlcudes all modules). How can I done this? If to do what sort of precautions i have to take.

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