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In this document we will discuss the Process Oriented Permit 

Note: The below steps are applied on SAP ECC6.0  EHP6.0

1- Introduction

Process-Oriented Permit is assigned automatically to the Maintenance Order

e.g: when creating a maintenance order using an order type with an activity type , the permits are copied to the order and can influence the order release or completion (TECO) ->  (Depends On Your settings)

In our example we will create a permit that control the order release when creating an order with:

  • Order type: PMM1 and Activity Type: A02 0r A03

2- Steps :

2.1- Create two characteristics that represent (Order Type – Activity Type)

2.2- Assign the two characteristics to the permit class (PM_Permit)

2.3- Create the permit


2.1- Create Characteristics (T Code CT04)

  • Enter the Name of The Characteristics Then create button

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  • Go To Addnl Data TAB & Enter The Table Name that contains the field (activity type) & The Field Name (Activity Type)

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  • An information message appear

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  • The Format of the field which is taken fro ABAP

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  • Then Choose the Value Assignment

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  • Single Value: only one value (For The Field) can be assigned to this characteristic.
  • Multiple Value: more than one value (For The Field) can be assigned to this characteristic.
  • Then Enter The Values Of the Activity Type

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Then Repeat The previous Steps To create characteristic for the order type


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2.2- Assign the two characteristics to the permit class (PM_Permit)

  • T Code : CL02


  • Put The Name of The Permit Class (PM_PERMIT) Then Change button

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  • Go To The Char TAB to assign the two characteristics which are created above

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2.3- Create the permit -> T Code: IPMD

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  • After filling the below fields press the button classification to assign the Value of the characteristic (Fields ) To the Permit

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Note : The Relation Between The two characteristics is AND

Means when the values A02,or A03 (Multiple Assignment ) & PMM1 are entered in the order will prevent the order from release

Note: Below are the table and the fields related to the permit when creating characteristic(s)

  • The Table Name: CSEVPERMIT

Field

Description

AUART

Order Type

ILART

Maintenance activity type

PRIOK

Priority

IWERK

Maintenance Planning Plant

INGPR

Planner Group for Customer Service and Plant Maintenance

GEWRK

Object ID of the Work Center

WARPL

Maintenance Plan

WAPOS

Maintenance item

PLKNZ

Maintenance order planning indicator

TPLNR

Functional Location

EQUNR

Equipment Number

BAUTL

Assembly

SERIALNR

Serial Number

SERMAT

Material Number

SWERK

Maintenance plant

STORT

Location of maintenance object

MSGRP

Room

BEBER

Plant section

PPSID

Object ID of PP work center

KOKRS

Controlling Area

PRCTR

Profit Center

BUKRS

Company Code

GSBER

Business Area

ANLNR

Main Asset Number

ANLUN

Asset Subnumber

IKOSTEN

Total(actual) maintenance costs

PKOSTEN

Total plant maintenance costs (planned)

USER4

Total maintenance costs (estimated)

WAERS

Currency Key

Note: Intervals in the characteristic values are written in the following format

Value1 – Value2

(from Value1 to Value2)

>Value1

(greater than Value1)

>=Value1

(greater than or equal to Value1)

<Value2

(less than Value2)

<=Value2

(less than or equal to Value2)

>Value1 – <Value2

(greater than Value1 and less than Value2)

Value1 – <Value2

(greater than or equal to Value1 and less than Value2)

>Value1 – Value2

(greater than Value1 and less than or equal to Value2)

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  1. Piyush Gupta

    Good document Eslam.

    You can mention one more thing here as:

    We have to create a Permit group and assign the permit class to permit group. This is done in spro.

    After this step when we create a new permit, the permit class assigned to permit gp above, is automatically taken in the permit (IPMD).

    So the permit grp links the permit class to permit. And permit group name doesnt reflect anywhere in the permit directly.

    Regards,

    Piyush

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