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Automatic Determine Storage Type and Bin for Transfer Posting

Dear SAP Community,

Is there any possibility in SAP to perform batch to batch transfer automatically with the following scenario

* I have batch A in many storage types

* I want to transfer this batch A to batch B within the same plant/ sloc/ storage type / storage bin.

* My storage bin is dynamique.

How to default the storage type and how to tell SAP the storage bin is ?

I have tried MB1B, movement type 309. When I do LT05 - system display all the storage type where the batch A sits; manually I have to select the right one. And then again another list of storage bins where the batch sit - and I have to manually type in the qty into the right bin.

Those manual action that I did, is there any possibility to automate them ? Either via configuration or via programming ?

Thank you ...

Best regards,
Susanti

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2013 at 08:33 PM

    if you have your batches distributed stored in several bins, then you have several quants.

    the movement 309 is carried out a IM level, the quants are WM level.

    Do you know which quant has to be "moved" or "relabelled" when you do your IM movement?

    Does it matter? Based on what info do you choose the right quant when you do it manually?

    Customizing is usually not an issue if you do your activity for the entire quantity, but it is never easy if you do it only for a part while you have several quants.

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 10:31 AM

    Hi Susanti,

    Have you tried to explore using the movement type reference in storage type search ?

    I think it could be possible to direct the system to pick from a particular storage type for the WM movement type.


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