If no authorization group is assigned to a particular type of document for a particular position, staff members assigned to that operation or position cannot approve supporting documents of this type. Let me tell you my problem. I try to create a flat-rate sales contract, but in a global way. I mean, I`m crossing the overall option. When I`m done with this, I agree with the order and I`ll get a PO-ID. Then I try to create a post from the previous blanket command. If I enter the PO IDENTIFIANT I received previously, the system gives me an error (Invalid PO_NUM). The workflow process for the change order uses the same re-authorization rules that were already set at the time of purchase to determine whether a document should be re-approved. Different re-authorization rules are used depending on the crossing points: standard order, planned order, framework purchase contract, contract purchase contract, framework authorization and scheduling authorization. See: Document reauthorization rules. The main differences between the order approval processes and the main requirement (more importantly for orders and the other for requirements) are: If the “Create Order Receipts” workflow creates proof of unlocking a “local” framework contract from an approved requirement, this workflow creates a standard command. The overall EPS was designed for multiple operating units to share negotiated prices, but even in individual OR facilities, suppliers prefer a single PO number (instead of the same BPA number – Release Doc). We also found that AP had fewer errors in the overlapping of invoices.
You don`t create releases for a global purchase contract. Instead, create an order (default) for the same credit and item pointer, and you can see that the overall EPS is referred to in this document. There are some very good documents on metalink. If you want to specify the authorization allocations for the purchase service that define the authorization rules in the document (see: Definition of Authorization Authorization Rules), you can start with the “Senior Buyer” position.