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To make changes in order to generate PR in item category TAC

HI All,

What are the settings that I have to change in order to generate PR automatically in item category TAC.

Thanks and Regards,

V.Sriram

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    Jul 24, 2012 at 10:26 AM

    Dear Sriram,

    You have to add Order type 'NB' in your schedule line category for automatic PR generation in your item level.

    Regards,

    Sambit.

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    • Dear sriram,

      you have to maintaine item catagory Group in Meterial master:BANS.

      Schedule line Cat:CS With Order Type:NB

      You Hve to Assign Scheduline category CS for Item Cat TAS and Order Type OR with Item cat grp BANS.

      now you can create SO Purchase requisation automatically Genarated.

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    Former Member
    Jul 24, 2012 at 11:38 AM

    Hi V. Sriram,

    creation of automatic PR is not related with Item Category, but related with the shedule line used in the process, assign PR order type "NB" in VOV6 to the Shedule line category.

    thanks,

    Sandeep Singh Chauhan

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    • Former Member

      Dear Sriram,

      Third Party is a set of configuration.

      1. Maintain the Third Party Item Category Group for your Material- (Standrd - BANS)

      2. Assign the third Part Item Category to the SaTy, in Item Category Determination.(Standrd- TAC)

      3. Maintain a Scedule Line Category. Include the PR type you want to Create automatically at the time of Sales Order save in the "Order Type" field and maintain "5" in Item Category field.

      4. Now assign the Schedule Line Category to the Third Party Item Category.

      If you have credit masters maintained please ensure the SO does not go for credit block, then system will not generate PR.

      Please post if you have any further queries.

      Regards,

      Deb