You define it in the output class that you will find in CL02. Step 6) We can see that our order is established for a value greater than 100 eur. If we create an order for less than 100 eur, it will be rented automatically. Important information is that a purchase note can no longer be changed after it is released. This means that only the final version should be published. Unpublished documents (RFQ – request for offer, order – order, delivery plan, contract) can no longer be processed (convert RFQ into offer, PO into receipt of goods, audit). Process flow: From a risk perspective, the subject of framework contracts offers a number of exciting starting points, including: Determining whether or not the proposed order requirements or proposed purchase supporting documents must meet the condition of release of the specified release code. If there is a contract with one of your main suppliers for a material, you can create orders that link to that contract. Orders placed in this way are called contract termination orders. (Outside of the SAP system, these can be called „executive calls“, „contract calls“, „call orders“ or „calls“.) Note on the term „release“: in mm purchase, this term (A) is used as a generic term for different types of supporting documents issued against framework contracts (these may be release orders issued against contracts such as here – or delivery plan decommitments, i.e. types of rolling delivery plans issued against delivery plans) and B) as part of an internal process for authorising or authorising expenditure for purchase receipts.
In both cases, „letting go“ can be considered synonymous with „giving the green light“ for a specific action (e.g. to the supplier to provide a certain amount of materials or to the purchase to create an order for items requested by a user service). A release order is an order (or order request from which an order is then generated) with a reference to a framework contract. This is important because it is good to know that, initially, at least for statistics relating to release orders in sap®, tracking operations, such as entries of goods and invoices, play no role in logging. Statistics (i.e. transaction view and data view) display a quantity or value as a release order as soon as the order has been placed. Even if there is ultimately no delivery (and/or receipt of goods) or receipt of invoices, this release order documentation first shows a reduction in the residual quantity/value. This is also shown in the EKAB table, as it contains only the order quantity and net order value as fields, but no information about entering or receiving invoices. I hope that these two blog posts on the topic of framework agreements have been useful. Please send us your feedback if you have any questions or comments or if you may see things differently in professional practice.
Now we have an order that needs to be released (approved) to be valid for further processing….