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WM Dynamic Cylce Counting (DCC) - quant last inventory date

I have an issue that the last inventory date of the quant (LQUA-IDATU) is not beeing updated via Dynamic Cycle Counting (transaction LM58). The inventory document is on quant-level created (not actived) via LICC. Storage bin information are beeing updated LAGP-IDATU.

Could you please advise how to solve this?

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2013 at 07:46 PM

    have you already checked OSS notes? e.g. this one: 1905631 - LM58, LM59 : Quant inventory date not updated

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2013 at 01:05 PM

    Hello,

    User name of the person who actually perform the inventory count and the user name assigned to inventory document in LI02N should be same. Please try this and let me know.

    All The best

    Milind Chaudhari

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    • Former Member Uwe Bader

      UWE,

      I can confirm same behavior and am looking for an answer as well. So far, no luck. Should I discover root cause/corrective action, I will certainly let you know. If you do, can you do the same?

      I will continue to follow your post for any updates....

      Perplexed.....

      Phil

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 02:19 PM

    UWE,

    I have followed Jurgen's tip and applied OSS 1905631. Tested it yesterday and confirmed it DID resolve the original issue with DCC. LQUA-IDATU is now being populated (after PID is cleared) with accurate count date and therefore does NOT show up in LICC as due to be counted.

    Thanks Jurgen!!

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