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Trying to create Stock Transfer from one Bin Location to another Using DTW SAP B1 9.0 PL05

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I have already booked stock into Warehouse 91, say, (Goods Innwards) and into the default Bin Location 91-SYSTEM-BIN-LOCATION using Goods Receipt PO I am trying to use DTW to transfer stock from one bin location to another, say the default above to 0101A02. I have prepared 4 templates, namely, OWTR (stock Transfer Header), WTR1 (Stock Transfer Item), OBTN (Batch Numbers) and WRT19 (Stock Transfer Lines Bin Allocations)...


I am getting error '1470000383 - Invalid 'SerialAndBatchNumbersBaseLine', specify a valid .... To be quite honest I am very unsure of what needs to be populated in the Stock Transfers Lines Bin allocation Template so no surprise to me I am getting an error. Can anyone help. Has anyone tried to do what I am trying to do. Any help will be gratefully received.

Regards

Keith

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    Posted on Sep 24, 2013 at 07:36 AM

    Hi,

    Please specify SerialAndBatchNumbersBaseLine in WTR19 as the line num in SRNT file

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2013 at 02:03 PM

    Hi Keith,

    Post sample DTW files to get help.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2013 at 10:22 PM

    Hello,

    the same problem here.

    With only 2 line the migration is ok.

    With more than 2 lines, the error message comes up.

    I am on PL07.

    Did you managed to solve this error?

    Kind regards,

    Otto

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