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Available stock shortfall of 1720.000 ST in interim storage bin

Hello All,

When i am creating GR through MB1C, with movement type 522

I Came across this error.

Available stock shortfall of 1720.000 ST in interim storage bin

Message no. L9040


In Customizing, the setting is such that no negative stock is allowed in storage type 901. However, this posting will cause negative stock to exist in

storage bin WE-ZONE of storage type 901.

I tried to transfer stock from to storage bin WA-ZONE through transfer order through LT01. But here i got one error message, the storage bin WA-ZONE

and storage type 901 dose not exist

How to go about this issue?

For reference i have attached Screen shot of LT01 and LT24

With regards,


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    Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 02:53 PM

    You should better explain what happened and what you try to do.

    522 is actually a cancellation movement to a 521, which is receipt from production without order.

    the message tells about 1720 ST shortfall.

    your TO in the screen shot is about 10 PC

    your TO is moving material from a storage type used for transfer posting: 922

    the screen shot has a different error (storage bin does not exist) than you posted as subject here.

    and your LS24 screen shot shows the big portion of 199 EA of the material in the difference storage type 999

    Honestly this looks all like a big mess and does not look like an understood process.

    We can only help to get this in order after having understood what happened, what was done already and how it should be at the end.

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