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LSMW to extend WM1+WM2 views and populate Warehouse No.

Hi Experts,

I created a LSMW direct input with Program RMDATIND to create the views WM1,WM2 and populate the Warehouse No XXX

to some materials already in Plant XXXX (with a StoLoc).

The views are extended but the WH No. doesnt get populated. My upload file contains MATNR, WERKS, LGNUM and PRCTR.

There are no errors in LSMW but in the material master I dont find the uploaded WH No. Manual entry throws the error "Warehouse

no. xxxx not maintained for material xxxx".

Many thanks for your help.

Best regards

Rumy

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  • Posted on Sep 24, 2014 at 07:01 AM

    How did you check that the views got extended?

    Do you have an entry in table MLGN?

    Can you see your name and the date for creating WM view when clicking the blue info button next to the material description?

    Can you give a screen shot from overview and detail of the converted records in your LSMW

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    • I have actually never tried to create a warehouse view (or plant views in general) without data.

      So you could try to give values for a WM field, just to see if it will work.

      I had recently a similar error with IDOC posting to extend a material master to a new plant.

      After making the VPSTA field blank it worked. BMM00-A_VPSTA in your case. you may want to try this as well.

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