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 Completion Confirmation


A completion confirmation documents the status of the processing of operations and sub-operations for a maintenance or service order. It is a part of order monitoring.


You use completion confirmations to document:

  • From which work center the operation was performed

  • Who performed the operation

  • That operations or sub-operations were started or executed

  • When the work was started and when it was completed

  • How the work is progressing

  • How high are the costs for internal processing

  • What materials were used

  • Which services were executed internally

  • What measurement or counter readings were entered for the technical objects during or after execution

  • Whether and where pieces of equipment were dismantled from, or installed at functional locations

  • The extent to which the order has been processed

  • Where additional capacity is needed and where surplus capacity can be reduced

  • Which technical data should be retained


You can enter completion confirmations at operation and sub-operation level.

You enter technical data in activity reports for the order or the objects to which the order refers. This part of the completion confirmation is known as the technical completion confirmation.

Partial Completion Confirmation

If completion confirmations have been entered for the operations/sub-operations of an order, but the processing has not yet been completed, the operations/sub-operations automatically receive the status "partially confirmed" from the system.

Final Completion Confirmation

As soon as all order operations/sub-operations, which are planned for a completion confirmation (the control key is the decisive factor), have been finally confirmed, the order itself also receives the status "finally confirmed".


  • You can only enter completion confirmations if you use the Maintenance Orders (PM-WOC-MO) component.

  • You can only enter technical completion confirmations if you use the Maintenance Notifications (PM-WOC-MN) component.