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Problem with movement type 313 and 315

Hi all,

I have the below problem:

I'm transferring a material from Storage Location A to Storage Location B, Quantity 10 KG

When I do movement type 313, a material document is created with two lines, as below:

Movement Type Storage Location Quantity 313 Storage Location A - 10 313 Storage Location B + 10

In MB51, i can see the stock has been increased in Storage Location B, and I can see it in the Stock in Transit (Storage Location)

When i do movement type 315, a material document is created with one line, as below:

Movement Type Storage Location Quantity 315 Storage Location B + 10

Now, the current stock in Storage Location B is 20 KG while it should be only 10 KG.

There is a difference between MB52 and MB51

In MB52 or MMBE, the stock in Storage Location B is 10 KG

While in MB51, the stock in Storage Location B is 20 KG.

I don't know how can I fix this?

What should I check in the configuration of movement type 313?

Thank you.

Regards,

Kifah Yacoub

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2014 at 04:30 PM

    Hi Kifah

    System work fine let me help you to match between mb52 and mb51

    if you want to match it , it is two step way transfer from a to b

    so give 313 and 315 and now sub total with material document and credit debit field

    so -10 and + 10 (313)and +10 (315) you will get 10 which is similar to mb52

    you can match it like these

    But i also agree with jurgen

    the system work properly

    since it is two step in 313

    it remove from location A , and keep in buffer like location B hence it is in stock in transit

    and once 315 is done , it stock is transferred to storage location B

    Regards

    Leo

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2014 at 03:45 PM

    The system works as designed.

    MB51 is not a stock report, it is a movement report.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      Well i am also came across the same problem earlier, But thing here is what is being transferred is stock,

      In case of 303, you are removing stock from one plant ➖

      and on 305 you are receiving stock in another ➕

      In case of 313, you are removing stock from Sloc1 ➖ to Sloc2 ➕

      and on 315 you are placing the stock in Sloc2 ➕

      Though you removed posted 313 from Sloc1 to sloc2 , you will not find the stock in Slo2 until you post 315 against the

      Please refer following thread

      313 and 315 Movment Type | SCN

      Thanks

  • Posted on Jan 27, 2014 at 04:57 PM

    hi

    do u have document text unique

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2014 at 07:27 PM

    Hi all ,

    Kifah , there is not a problem , i %100 agree with Mr. Jürgen L

    You should not fix and check anything related with this. You can list your movements with MB51 tcode. It is not a stock list like MB52.

    I advice you , look at two step movement types. In standart SAP behaviour , you will see two record in MSEG table like a MB51.

    After that , please check your stocks in MARD table.

    Regards.

    M.Ozgur Unal

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    • This issue is not coming because 303 and 305 happens under plant...

      If you filtered the plant then you will face the same issue...

      but 313 and 315 is happens under storage location....

      Don't filter the storage location...

      Just execute the this in MB51 with only material other wise include with both storage location....

      You will find the same stock as MB52/MMBE.

  • Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 01:47 AM

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