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Stock Determination Strategy issue

Hi SAP Gurus

I am configuring stock determination strategy for 311 movement type

Business Scenario is in SLoc to SLOC transfer (311) consignment stock should be withdrawn first and then unres stock

It is not happening . Unres STK is withdrawn first during stk transfer from 0001 to 0002

STK Determination Group =GRBB


STK Determination Rule 1100


I have assigned STK Det grp GRBB to Mat Master of 72

I have assigned priority in Stk Det Strategy

ST Det Rul 1100 to mvt type 311 has been assigned

For your referance I am attaching the screenshots which contain details of my config

Kindly help me in identifying where I have gone wrong

Warm Regards


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  • Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 01:54 PM

    the screen shots just show your customizing, but when you actually execute a movement then many other things have to match with your customizing to make SAP do what you wanted.

    But you did not show anything about this, e.g. your stock situation. It is not known if you have consignment sock available

    It is not known whether you use dynamic availability checks

    It is not know in which transaction you actually perform this 311 movement and what you entered.

    My customizing is looking a little different. At the header table I only sort by item table, price and quantity are set to no sorting.

    in my item table I do not have a storage location entered, just 2 entries, for K = 1 and for F priority = 2

    Test it this way and see if it making a difference.

    I further suggest to search for OSS notes, there are unfortunately hundreds .

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