Today I’m going to talk about a little used piece of configuration call Create Revisions.  This configuration is again a grouping field.  By that I mean that there is really no functionality behind this field aside from a field to search on.  With that being said, you do get the option to make the grouping, in this case the revision, a bit more specific to actually be valid for certain dates.  So let’s get down to it.

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Here’s the location in SPRO.

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Once you get into transaction you will likely see this screen (unless there is only 1 selection, then it will jump you straight to the next screen.  But if you’re here, you can either view an existing revision or create a new revision.

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Now here you can enter the planning plant, a unique revision and description for it.  Then give it a start and end date.  If you’re in change mode, you can also click the RevCompleted check box if you no longer wish to have this a valid selection.  Otherwise, it’s pretty self explanatory.

Finally, this is where you can actually assign the revision to a service order.

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Thanks for reading,

Mike

CTO – JaveLLin Solutions, LLC

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