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Changing buyer on PO or scheduling agreement

Hi All,

In SAP you have the functionality to send a mail to the buyer when an invoice is blocked for price differences. This mail is being send using the ME partner profile and it determines the buyer from the PO or SA to send the mail. My question is how can one change the buyer that is assigned to a PO or scheduling agreement?

We are making heavy usage of scheduling agreement which run for more then one year. Now it happens that a buyer leaves the company and his work is taken over by another buyer so we would need to have these mails send to the new responsible person.

Could you experts advise on how this could be done? We don't want to re-create new scheduling agreements each time a buyer leaves the company.

Regards,

Peter

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  • Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 04:28 PM

    Is your buyers deparment wise then use common email to all those buyers who are working in the department.Assign smae mail id in Userprofile.So if one person leaves the company also other users get email and you can give same emaild id for new user also.

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  • Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 04:41 PM

    What is actually the problem? I can change the buyer in ME22N or with MEMASSPO.

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    • Hi all,

      The problem is solved. We have changed the output determination process so that we can now set an output message at purchasing organization/vendor level, this way in MRM1/MRM2 one can set for message type MLPP the output on this purch org./vendor level. In the partner field of MRM1/MRM2 we can then enter the userID of the buyer.

      When a invoice in MIRO is entered with a price difference the message is triggered and send to the user maintained against this purch. ord./vendor combination.

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