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Replenishment for production supply area in WM material staging

Dear All,

We are exploring WM material staging & have done all the required configuration.

After testing the whole cycle we do have some queries for which we need guidance from SAP gurus.

We have defined production supply area & assigned the production shop floor storage location to it.

After the release of production order the we run LP10 & TR has been created.

We process that TR & convert it to TO. While TO is being created the system gives error if the stock is not available at production shop floor storage location.

In normal material staging (without WM) we transfer the stock from main storage location to production shop floor with MF60. It doesn't work once WM material staging is active.

Could you please help me to understand what should be the ideal flow with WM material staging?

Should I expect two TRs one from main storage location to production shop floor for replenishment (if the stock is not available) & another one from production shop floor to supply area (interim storage bin)?


Awaiting your valuable inputs


Manoj P.

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  • Posted on Aug 17, 2015 at 11:57 AM

    While TO is being created the system gives error if the stock is not available at production shop floor storage location----Can you please elaborate this line.."if the stock is not available at production shop floor"..when you are trying to create TO from TR system should search the stock from main storage location and not from Production shop floor check your search strategy ?

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