Re: [sap-log-sd] Condition Type Upper and Lower Limits

Reply from jim-wolfe on Jan 23 at 7:01 PM
Laurie - You may want to consider adding additional logic into the pricing routine to only set the CEPOK or PRSOK to "B" (not correct) if the material is one of the 6 materials. That would cause all other order items that have the same item category and that are not in the list of 6 to bypass the code.

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Laurie Crow
Sent: Monday, January 23, 2012 4:49 PM
Subject: Condition Type Upper and Lower Limits

Ok, I have spent some time looking into the suggestions of using CEPOK or PRSOK in a formula and/or incompletion procedure. This will not work for me because the incompletion procedure must be assigned at the item level to the item category. The six materials that are relevant for this issue are not assigned to unique item categories and that cannot be changed for a variety of reasons. I feel that I must still utilize some development/ABAP work in either a user exit or a pricing requirement to provide my desired controls. But I have learned a lot investigating your suggestions, thank you everyone.

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