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MASS change reorderpoint(MINBE) to safteystock(EISBE)

Hi All!

Now we use MRP type PD and because of that i would write the value of MINBE into EISBE.

Is there a possibility in Tcode MASS maybe with a formular to change MINBE into EISBE.

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best regards

Florian

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 12:53 PM

    you select EISBE, then click the formula button, in the pop-up click ABAP and you are taken to the editor.

    Just enter

    X = MARC-MINBE.

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    • Former Member Jürgen Lins

      Hi Jürgen!

      Thanks for your help, now it works.

      But instead GET_NEW_MARC_MINBE you write, i take following string:

      * X is the value you must return
      form GET_NEW_MARC_EISBE
      using segment structure MARC
      changing X.
      X = segment-MINBE.

      endform.

      Thanks guys

      greetings from Salzburg

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 12:47 PM

    What you mean by write the value of MINBE into EISBE?

    If you want to update saftey stock you can update if it same for all materials and you can make the value for re-order point as zero, if you enter as "X" while updating.

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