RE:[sap-log-mm] ME22N Blanking Out NETPR When Updating Order Quantity

Posted by Lisa Leung
on Nov 12 at 10:18 PM
Hi HT,

Thanks for your reply. For a legacy PO item where its entire order quantity has been migrated to the new system, the business would prefer to update the legacy PO item order quantity to 0, then flag the item for deletion. Since SAP does not allow order quantity to be 0, the decision was to reduce the quantity to a very small number, then flag the item for deletion. This seems to work well with items where the NETPR is great than 5. Can you explain the significance of the number 5 and how it fits in with the standard rounding feature you mentioned? Thanks!

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Lisa Leung
Sent: Friday, November 11, 2011 11:23 AM
Subject: ME22N Blanking Out NETPR When Updating Order Quantity

Hello,

We are in the process of migration purchase orders to another system. We have a requirement to close out the PO's on the legacy system after they have been migrated. Part of this requirement involves updating the PO quantity to a very small number, 0.001.

When we change the order quantity field on ME22N to 0.001 on certain PO's, ME22N automatically blanks out the net price and displays a hard error: "Net price must be great than 0". If we enter a net price less than 5, ME22N will blank it out again and give the hard error. Once we enter a net price equal to or greater than 5, ME22N accepts it.

Can you help me understand what's causing this behavior?

We want to change the quantity to 0.001 without changing the net price. Can you suggest a way around this?

Thanks!

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