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ME38, MIGO, MB1B and PGR Sequence Flow

Good Morning,

I am assisting an automotive component/assembly company also using PLEX with their current WM process. First step is to receive in goods through ME38 (add lines with quantities, generate JIT,, Force Schedule and then save). Next step is MIGO for Goods Receipt and then CT02 to enter vendor/date, then back out. Should MB1B be the next step after MIGO? I am so use to VL32N Inbounding first, but their process is a little different.  Assembled orders start with ME38, VL31N, VT01N and then last step is VF01 document. VL10HU is also another step used.

Any ideas or missing links you may notice?  They Do Not use macros to automate the process. Thanks

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  • Sep 11, 2014 at 03:27 PM

    Can you share what you actually want do in MB1B after MIGO? MIGO is the replacement for MB1B, MB1B is an obsolete transaction that will be gone with the next release, see SAP Note 1804812

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      Once in MB1B, 541 mvmt type is entered for material/vendor/sloc per line item and then it's saved.  Seems like we could bypass this step with MIGO though.  HU's are utilized here and not SU's. They only use SAP for component receive, assembly and repack bars (also scan in deliveries from other plant location in Mexico). Component orders coming in from other auto suppliers and manually entered in SAP (not scanned).  PLEX System manages shippers, inventory control and shipping ASN's.