Process Order number as batch number

Hi Gurus
Is it possible to have my process order number automatically serve as my batch number for the produced material?
Please help

Hi,
I guess you may not be able to assign the batch number same as process order number when you just cerate the order even in enhancements since you do not have new process order number avilable till the order is actually saved and order number is generated in update task in background.
you can probabaly add batch number while releasing the order in CO02 transaction separately. Make sure create and release are not carried simultaniously in one session of CO01.
Check and revert.
Regards,
Santosh Sarda

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