In 4.6c, Purchase Order with Release Strategy have a tabs at the end of the Header.This allowed the buyers to check the release status of the Purchase Order.
The following topics describe how to enable inbound and outbound SAP processing.
SAP inbound processing requires the upstream system to transfer an IDoc to the IDoc interface through the R/3 System port.
Defining a Logical System To define a logical system: A distribution model is used to describe the ALE message flow between logical systems.
Business objects are distributed to connected recipients according to a unique distribution model that can contain rules of varying complexity depending on the type of business objects involved.
LIF - Vendor number BES - Purchase Order Number BSA - Order type EKG - Purchasing group EKO - Purchasing organization WRK - Plant LAG - Storage location MKL - Material group WAK - Promotion PO Release Strategy to check all the fields available for controlling the Purchase Order. If the total value for the Purchase Order exceeds 10,000, release strategy 01 is assigned to the Purchase Order.
There is only one characteristic created in this example.
However, before saving, check if there is a tick in the Return Column to ensure that it is a return Purchase Order.
Create a new Purchase Order Number range to differentiate In the SAP standard info structure S012 is updated by the Purchase Order creation date, not the Goods Receipt date. a Purchase Order is created in January and good receipt is in February and March, S012 will shows the values in period January.
For this reason, you do not have to specify a port in the inbound partner profiles; the IDoc interface only must recognize the upstream system as a port.