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wm view extended for material and supply area and control cycle not defined than it creates error in backflush

wm view extended for material but supply area and control cycle not defined than it creates error in backflush and also do not create any repro list.

What would be the probable solution ?

Message RM 004 and RM 749 are generated..

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 10:43 AM

    Dear Anand,

    Please create a supply area first by using tranaction PK05 and than create a control cycle , here it is required give supply area while creating control cycle.( LPK1 )

    PL let me know if required any support to create control cycle and supply area.

    Thanks

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      Hi Survadnya..

      Yes I did exactly the same.. but found that while component backflush thr MFBF the system picked the warehouse location where it was supposed to pick the WIP sloc.

      When this was found then manually changed the sloc to WIP sloc and then posted the component backflush.. At this time the b/f was posted sucessfully and repro list was also generated.

      Now the question remains that why do the system pickup the warehouse sloc when the issue sloc in version was maintained in the assembly was WIP sloc.

      Can you throw some light on this ?

      Kind Regards,

      Anand Joshi

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