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Can a PO be reopened after its closed automatically.

We are in implementation phase of SAP B1.

We are using non perpetual inventory system. We created a Purchase order to buy 100 KG of item. Then we created 3 MR of 20 KG receipt each. We realized we have received one of MR in wrong warehouse, so we needed to reverse that MR. as reversal of MR is not supported we created a Goods Return for it.

Now after creating 2 more MR of 20 KG each PO closed automatically, But we have only created MR for 80 KG's till now. we want to receive 20 KG more material against the original PO.

How can we do that?

is there a setting to close the PO only Manually, as we have requirement that some time we might receive extra Weight against same PO?

Is it possible to re open a closed PO?

How can we ensure that even Goods return is add back to PO quantities?

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 07:51 AM

    hi Avinash,

    use the new feature of 8.81 Reopen Doc. by Creating Returns/Goods Returns/Credit Memos Based on It. to access this feature goto Administration -->> System Initialization -->> Document Settings -->> Per Document and in the dropdownlist select Purchase Orde, then check the tick box Reopen Doc. by Creating Returns/Goods Returns/Credit Memos Based on It.

    Note: Reopen Doc. by Creating Returns/Goods Returns/Credit Memos Based on It

    If you select this checkbox, you can decide whether to reopen a sales or purchasing order when you create a return or goods return document that is based on the sales or purchasing order, or when you create a credit memo based on an invoice. The application prompts you for a decision every time you create a return, goods return, or credit memo.

    regards,

    Fidel

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 07:48 AM

    Hi Avinash.........

    If you are using SAP 8.81 then you would have done it by doing setting in document settings for Purchase Order.

    Go to Administration> System Initialization> Document Settings--> Document Tab and select Purchase Order and tick on Reopen Document on Return.....

    If it is not ticked then the effect won't take place for the already happened transactions but from next transactions.....

    Regards,

    Rahul

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