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Stocks with no demand

Hi , could anoyone advise which transaction to use to find out the following:

items that are excess stock or stock Items with no demand. Thanks

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  • Posted on Feb 18, 2014 at 06:51 PM

    Hi,

    You may find the details in MD04, material wise. If you want the same in report format, you may check MDLD transaction (MRP list print) or go for custom report. You may use the function module MD_STOCK_REQUIREMENTS_LIST_API in the custom report with appropriate logic. The FM can give the same output as MD04.

    Regards,

    AKPT

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  • Posted on Feb 18, 2014 at 03:47 PM

    How do you define "excess stock" ?

    Items without demand have an eternal range of coverage in MC.C transaction

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  • Posted on Feb 18, 2014 at 06:18 PM


    Hi ,

    If it is that case , normally your MRP will consider the existing stock to compare with the demand and if requires only generates procurement proposals . Instead why do not you use the MRP for the materials ?

    You can have a excel comparision for the stocks and demand generated for the materials ?

    Regards,

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  • Posted on Feb 19, 2014 at 01:20 PM

    Hi

    There are some reporting tools related with table S039, although I don't like it. Please, see Note 79545 - Information structure S039. So, check tcode MCBV and check the fields in the ALV (do your variants).

    Take in account always Note 491519 - Standard analyses - Transaction codes and reports.

    I hope this helps you

    Regards

    Eduardo

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