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Plant Maintenance_techincal closer of maintenance order

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After technical closer of Maintenance order, if there are any pending purchase orders (for which invoice are pending or payments are not done) which are created with reference to Purchase requisition, generated from Maintenance order. How to map this scenario in SAP R/3 and how to do the settlement of the costs of services? If we reopen the order and do all the settlement, are there any impacts of it?

If they donu2019t technically close the order, production canu2019t use that equipment because of the equipment status. So, they have to close the order and w.r.t. this order all the PR also get closed .so that they can start other works.




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    Posted on Jun 30, 2011 at 09:14 AM


    Generally we do TECO and then can settle the cost in MO , then do business completion ..when doing business completion if they are invoice payement leftout then it would give u warning .. , if u goto PO and mark final invoice tick mark then do business completion it will allow ....chcek this in your system ..

    In our project generally we have put 3months time from TECO to business completion and every 3rd month system checks for Orders which have TECO Status more than 90 days then do close it . This process happens via Batch Job which runs for every 3months .

    Now we have another Batch Job which looks for Orders having TECO Status as Active and gets the PR nos with PO nos for those orders and then filters the POs by checking whether final invoice has been done or no . This spool list is sent as a mail to MM department for clearing the invoices ...this Job we run it every monday

    Thus with the above 02 Batch Jobs we ensure that before doing business completion all the invoice payements r done ..



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