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Message VL019 - putaway quantity more than delivery qty.

Hi All,

We have an inbound delivery that has become inconsistent and need suggestions from experts.


1. Inbound delivery created for say 1000 say for 10 pallets of 100 each.

2. transfer order has been created and confirmed. user for some reason wanted to generate new HU's and delete the old ones.User has performed LT09 to move the stock back to interims and then HU'swas deleted. however putaway quantity in delivery did not change.

3. user has created new set of HU's for another 1000 and WM TO created and confirmed in the system.


Delivery quantity is 1000

Putaway quantity is 2000 because system has not updated delivery quantity when user has performed initial reversal using LT09 for 1000.

We get error message VL019 that putaway quantity is greater than delivery quantity and system does not allow PGR.

Need help on:

1. suggest how can we correct the putaway quantity in the system for the above scenario.

2. best practices to be followed when reversing the TO for inbound delivery TO's that is in WM & HU managed location. LToG does not work here as the location is HU managed.



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  • Posted on Sep 23, 2014 at 03:07 AM

    OK ,Now what is the delivery status ?.Is the handling units are un assigned or what is the status in Pack box.

    If there is no handling units then assign newly created handling units and try to post GR .Yes you are right you can not not use LT0G transaction for TO reversal.

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    • Is there any Goods receipt done against PO ?.If not then Try to pack the handling units sing generating mode and change the delivery qty to 2,So that it will match delivery qty and pick qty.

      Do the goods receipt then do return delivery process for the extra qty.

      Before doing these steps check any goods receipts happened against PO.

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