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When a field (item or header) is changed in a purchasing document, a change message is generated although the field is non-print-relevant in the case of changes.Other terms
ME90, ME22, ME52, T166C, ME9F, ME9E, ME9L, ME9K, ME9A, ME22N, ME42, purchase order, inquiry, contract, scheduling agreement, outline agreement, schedule lines, SAPFM06P, MEDRUCKReason and Prerequisites
When you change a purchasing document an output determination is always carried out and where necessary, a message record is produced. If there are changes, they are not checked to see if they are relevant to printing. As a result a message record is created for non-print relevant changes (Table T166C), for example changes to confirmation numbers, non-print relevant texts or account assignment data. The changes are only checked to see if they are relevant to printing in the print program.
No check is usually carried out as to the exact time of the change for reasons of performance because
- 1. The output determination must be carried out each time. Only after this it is known whether or not the message created is a change message.
- 2. The message type (or possibly the medium) have to be interpreted as internal mails are probably created;
- 3. The Customizing, for example the print control for texts must be interpreted;
- 4. Customer specific solutions in the print program are not possible.
None: modification necessary.