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Receiving Plant for Stock Transfer Order

Hi,

I am creating Stock Transfer Order for Goods Movement within Plant. Here i need to include fields for Supplying Plant as well as receiving plant.

The Component type for Supplying Plant is easily found in BAPIMEPOHEADER but i am unable to find the same for Receiving Plant. There is a field for plant in BAPIMEPOITEM but that will more or less mean the same as Supplying plant... can somebody help me on the Receiving Plant ?

Any help is highly appreciated.

- Vaibhav

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2013 at 05:25 AM

    Hello Vaibhav.

    Why do you require RECEIVING PLANT when you are transferring stock within plant?

    Regards.

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    • Former Member

      Hi Vaibhav,

      This is the good question, normally the developers will confuse. Please find my comments below.

      In STO process, vendor is nothing but your supplying plant ( providing the goods). Even you can see it in header level.

      Supplying plant is vendor and receiving plant is a customer. STO PO will be created at receiving plant.


      Technical information


      EKKO-RESWK = supplying plant


      Kunnr = receiving plant ( check the entries of this table)

      select single werks
      from t001w
      into l_receiving_plant
      where kunnr = EKPO-kunnr.


      In BAPI:

      receiving plant
      bapi_poitemsc-plant = EKPO-KUNNR ( RECEIVING PLANT)
      bapi_poitemscx-plant = 'X'.


      supplying plant

      bapi_poheaderc-suppl_plnt = 'XXXX'.

      bapi_poheaderx-suppl_plnt = 'X'.


      Functional help:


      SAP Online Help

  • Posted on Jan 10, 2014 at 09:29 AM

    Thanks guys.... was really helpful !!! :-)

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