If the status is 'Ordered', the PO cannot be deleted on Header Level, only on the Item Level.
Only one. However, you can create more PO-s for the same vendor with different split criteria.
PO Quantity which is known as committed quantity by vendor to supply as and when on or before specific delivery date.
Scheduled Quantity is the quantity to be delivered by the vendor in respect of schedule line as planned. The total PO quantity can be dragged and partially divided into different segment of delivery date for different quantum of material.This quantity is referred to by GR and IV for checking purposes also.
PO history is updated in table: EKPO and if you go to see, there is a field client and purchasing document/plant.
PO history updation depends upon transaction and event type where there are different type of transaction key:
You can see that PO history is updated at PO line item level and also see it at the header level then in status tab, you can see the the following gets updated:
No. It can be either created with the purchaser profile (strategic or operational) or created by the system user (WF-BATCH).
In purchasing document types are divided in two types:
a) Internal purchasing document
Example: purchase requisition
b) External purchasing document
Example: quotation, purchase order, contract, schedule agreement.
Yes. As the Purchase Order is a legally binding document, a vendor must be assigned.
The limit type is also related to services.
It is stored in the tables STXH, STXL. Text gets stored as object ID and text ID.
This is an open question without direct answers and you should suggest the possibilities:
If you have made goods receipt against PO, then you cannot make any change to the price and other condition details in PO if not you will be able to do it.
Also, check whether user have authorisation for ME22N.
The Price came from Info record (if you have maintained the info record for material and vendor combination), then in this case you cannot directly change the Price in PO. If you want to change then check PO condition type is it PBXX, then you can change.
There is a procedure called as the field selection. When a purchase order is created, then it requires a release. In the release procedure you can maintain the fields which cannot be changed as per the field selection. For example, if I am an approver and I approved a purchase order for 10 pieces and released it, in this case if the changes are allowed for the quantity then the total release procedure becomes useless.