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The purpose of the Change Purchaseorder is to request another business application to make changes to an existing Purchase Order.  This change must refer to the original document and/or item ordered.  The change processing assumes replacement of fields sent, with the exception the identifying fields of the Purchase Order.

If any of these key fields require changing, (i.e. the MoveProductForecast Document Id or a LineNumber) that constitutes a cancellation of the request and/or the addition of another Purchase Order.

Element information

Type: ChangeMoveProductForecastType

Properties: Global, Qualified, ID: oagis-id-2658f88cfc504a8fad62dcf255d7047a



Name Occ Type Description Notes
releaseID [1..1] NormalizedStringType OAGIS Release this BOD Instances belongs or the OAGIS release that the derivative work is based on. from type BusinessObjectDocumentType
versionID [0..1] NormalizedStringType Indicates the version of the given BOD definition. from type BusinessObjectDocumentType
systemEnvironmentCode [0..1] SystemEnvironmentCodeContentType Indicates whether this BOD is being sent in a "Test" or a "Production" mode. If the BOD is being sent in a test mode, it's information should not affect the business operation. However, if the BOD is sent in "Production" mode it is assumed that all test has been complete and the contents of the BOD are to affect the operation of the receiving business application(s). Default value is "Production". from type BusinessObjectDocumentType
languageCode [0..1] LanguageCodeContentType Indicates the language that the contents of the BOD is in unless otherwise stated. Default value is "en-US". from type BusinessObjectDocumentType

Sample instance

<ChangeMoveProductForecast releaseID="normalizedString">
         <!--any element-->
            <!--any element-->

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