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8. Processing Special Orders and Approvals > Reviewing order revisions

Reviewing order revisions

Reviewing order revisions The order revision review allows you to review changes in the order's information. Getting ready Verify the following processing options on the Order Revision tab: The Revision Tracking value should be 2. How to do it.... Select Procurement and Subcontract Management |Daily Processing |StockBased Purchasing |Stock Based PO Processing, and then click on Purchase Order. On the Work With Order Headers form locate the purchase order that you created, and then select the row for your order.Select Order Revisions from the Row menu.Select the row for your order, and then select Revision Details from the Row menu.On Order Revision Detail, notice that the Order Revision field is set to 0.In the grid area, locate the Line Number and Order Revision columns.Record the order revision number for each line in the Original Order Revision column of the Order Revision Tracking table in the Activity Overview. How it works.... When you activate order revisions, the system tracks the changes that you make to your purchase order. For example, if you entered an order with 10 as the quantity irrelevant and after that you change the item quantity to 20, you can review the changed information that was entered for that purchase order. When you review an order, the last order revision that was created appears at the top. All of the revisions for each detail line will also be displayed. The order revision value shows how many times the order has been modified. The purchase order revision is stored in F4311 table, and the Change Order column get incremented with each revision. There's more... You will see the following information in the order revision details: The number of times the order has been revisedThe information that has revised - such as item number, the costs, and other detailsThe reason for each revisionsThe person who made the revisionsThe dates that the revisions came into effect See also Creating stock/non stock-based purchase order in Chapter 5, Understanding Pricing In Procurement and Purchase Orders

  

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