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when create one sales order sold to party only should be blocked ship to part not

Dear sd gurus

i am facing one new issue we have one customer but he has different partner functions

sold to party and ship to party ,payer

here one requirement is when create one sales order sold to party function only should be blocked ship to part not

how to do pl share your ideas

thanks a lot

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2012 at 05:13 AM

    Please explain the reason for this business requirement.

    Also give an example.

    My comment is if Sold to party is blocked, then the sales order should be blocked or not be created (according to the company rules)...irrespective of the other partners (SH, PY, BP) assigned to this SP.

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    • Venu,

      Your question is not completely clear to me.

      None the less, I have done some tests (particularly with XD05).

      Please read the below:

      In XD05, user can block a particular CMR

      E.g.

      E.g. CMR = 1030

      In XD05, the sales area 1000, 10, 00 is BLOCKED.

      Order is blocked.

      case1: In VA01, (for above mentioned sales area) give SP = 1000, SH = 1000, PY = 1000 - No block, order is created.

      case2: In VA01, (for above mentioned sales area)give SP = 1000, SH = 1000, PY = 1030 - BLOCKED, order not is created.

      There is an order block for customer 0000001030 (Overall block)

      Message no. VPD020

      Thus for a particular CMR blocking is possible, at sales area and company code level.

      If you have questions, please convey with example(s).

      Also test in IDES / SAP test system.

  • Posted on Aug 04, 2012 at 06:20 AM

    Hi Venu ,

    Please refer this link for your more information

    http://www.magnatraining.com/how-to-block-customers/

    Its a nice document hope it will help u out

    Regards

    Ramesh

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