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How to set approvals limit in SRM.

Hello Experts.

I would like to know how to set approval limit in SRM. I know in R/3 it is done at release startegy level. We will have class and rerlease strategies with number of characteristics and it will be subjected to approval.

But I would like to know how it is handled in SRM. and also I would like to know it is varies with respect to scenarios (Classic, extended classic) or same for all the scenarios?

Kindly help me to understand.

Thanking you

Regards

Sharan

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  • Posted on Oct 07, 2011 at 09:19 AM

    Hello Sharan,

    Approval limit is managed with "Extended attributes" tab, radio-button "PO Value limits" for Organizational Unit (object 'O') or Position (object 'S'). This is for all SRM releases and you can use it for all document category wokflow.

    Then, in SRM 7.0 (don't remember for lower releases), use method GET_APPROVAL_LIMIT from class interface /SAPSRM/CL_WF_RULE_CONTEXT.

    Regards.

    Laurent.

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2011 at 11:39 PM

    Hello Sharan,

    Approval limit maintainence is common across any of the technical scenarios for any of the SRM version.

    If you want to maintain individually/mass upload(creating LSMW) use transaction PP02 for with below parameter

    Plan version :01

    object type :S

    Object Id: (position number)

    infotype :5503

    Suntype:0200

    Planiing status:1

    validitity : to (get from S vs O relation from HRP1001)

    Put :overall limit

    Regards

    Dayal

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