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Custom 261 movement type assignment to order type?

Hello Experts,

I need your help to understand how to assign custom Goois issue movement type (copy of 261) to specific order type. Current scenario is the client uses production orders for various business units using standard 261. However for specific Custom production order type, need to assign a custom goods issue movement type to that order type.

Please note, am aware standard movement type is assigned in tcdoe: OPKA under CO package (At Client Level). Obviously I cannot change that as other production orders types still need to use standard movement types.

Anybody configured this scenario, let me know

Regards,

Ram

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2013 at 07:00 AM

    Dear Rammohan,

    As suggested by Caetano you need to check with the BADI - WORKORDER_GOODSMVT or else

    WORKORDER_UPDATE.

    Caetano,since the order reservations gets created during production order creation(movement type for

    GI) either immediately /after release I feel WORKORDER_UPDATE would be supporting more on this.

    Kindly please share your suggestions on the same.

    Regards

    Mangalraj.S

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  • Posted on Aug 22, 2013 at 01:49 PM

    Hi Ram

    It is not possible to assign an specific movement type to an order type on customizing.

    Try to develop something using BAdI WORKORDER_GOODSMV.

    You can find old threads with the same issue has been discussed:

    http://scn.sap.com/thread/1332755

    BR


    Caetano

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    • All,

      Earlier link said that it can be set at PP and PPPI level. So if we can set at PPPI level that would be great. Currently In OPKA I have package CO being used for PP orders. I can create new package for PPPI. However I did not find where to assign the a new package for PPPI or PP area.

      Let me know.

      Regards,

      Ram

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