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In SAP WM module, how one material unrestricted use stock in one bin has more quant?

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how one material unrestricted use stock in one bin has more quant? precondition don't use batch.

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  • Posted on Jul 23, 2014 at 08:29 AM

    Quant is a combination of Plant / Material number / Batch number / Stock category / Special stock indicator & Quant identification if any one parameter is different then system will create a new Quant. In your case check whether all the parameter are identical for both the quant

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    • Quant identification is a part of overall Quant number. along with the parameter Plant / Material number / Batch number / Stock category / Special stock indicator you can add user parameter in the Quant and that will be denoted as Quant identification.


      As suggested by Pablo please use LS23 and copare the highlighted value in between both the quant if any of the parameter is different then system generate different Quant


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  • Posted on Jul 23, 2014 at 09:18 AM

    Hi Huang,

    I suggest you to open both quants with LS23 and compare the information. You will find the break condition quickly.

    Regards,

    Pablo

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2014 at 03:52 PM

    Hi Huang,

    You might be using two different Batches for the same Material in Same storage bin.

    Go to Transaction LS24 --> Enter the Material Number, Plant/sloc and Warehouse. Then you can see why two Quants are used.

    Thanks,

    Sai Arala

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2014 at 09:31 PM

    Go to SE16N for table LQUA to see the differences.
    Enter only these two quants in the selection screen and you will see all the quant info one below the other.
    This will give you a full picture of your two quants and why they are split.

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