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Changes to PR in ECC : Hows will it get updated in SRM?

Dear All MM-SRM experts,

Take for example the ECC PR transferred to SRM and SRM external requirements. If any changes are made to the PR in ECC then the SRM external requirements automatically get updated.

But what happens if the PR is already converted into a Saved/Published RFx in SRM ?

How will the changes to the PR will be processed in SRM if the ECC PR is changed for :

a. Quantity

b.Value/Price

c.Item description

d.Add new item

Scenario is Classic:

Thanks

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2011 at 06:00 AM

    Hi,

    Once an RFx is created for the requirment from the sourcing cockpit, this requirement is no more available, hence any change performed on the PR will not be reflected in your RFx.

    For your query I have the following sugestion if you are using SRM7.0 or higher version

    1) Do not transfer the PR to SRM socurcing cockpit

    2) Access the collective processing of purchase requistion (CPPR) feature using the portal harmonized roles,

    3) Search for your PR and Create an SRM RFx directly from the CPPR without transfering to SRM sourcing cockpit

    Now any change you make to the PR, your Rfx will be updated if and only if you have not awarded any bids.

    Regards

    Sam

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    • Former Member Former Member

      HI,

      please follow the steps mentioned in Note : 1263876 for CPPR to work.

      You can have attachment transfer even if you are using SOA.

      When you create an Rfx for an PR in CPPR, you are provided with options to select bidders, transaction types and submission deadline date.

      Regards

      Sam

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 12:49 PM

    Thanks. this question has been answered

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