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Deletion at table level not Transaction level in MM06

Hi All

We are now facing the different issue. request you to let me know how to solve the same.

We have material having stock. In MMBE I can see deletion mark for the material and same can be seen in MCHB and also in V_MMIM_LB table.

But when user checked in MM06 no deletion mark is there for material plant Sloc and valution type. We have checked throughly no batch classification is there for material.

Matrial is split valuted.

Ours is IS oil and gas business.

Thanks in advance.

Chand

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  • Posted on Sep 30, 2014 at 06:01 AM

    Hi,

    Please check whether the batch is marked for deletion in MSC2N transaction as shown below:

    Please check and revert back.

    Regards,

    AKPT


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    • I have asked to check the table and changes log for deletion flag indicator.

      I've checked in my system, this indicator is changing in MMBE as per MM06 as well as it is updating MBEW table also.

      And by default my MCHB table is not updating the deletion flag for the material and valuation type combination.

      I've just checked by updating the MCHB table (hard table update), then I can see the same inconsistent in my system. After updating the table, I can see the deletion flag indicator is showing in MMBE, but not not in MM06 (deletion flag tick) as well as not in MBEW table.

      So, there might be some hard update for table MCHB in your system.

      (Note: Do not hard update the table in production client for testing, you might face lots of inconsistent in future. If possible you can test the same in practice client.)

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