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Batch Where-used Update from STO

I have an issue where STOs for batch managed materials are not updating the batch where-used list upon receipt.

When transporting batch managed materials between plants, some receipts do not create a record in the batch where-used table for the receipt (101 movement) at the receiving plant. The result is that a top-down analysis originating in the receiving plant cannot detect the previous records in the supplying plants.

System configuration has batch management active at client level, and BWU list is set to update synchronously for all plants.

My question is this: What is required for a goods receipt from an STO to update the batch where-used table?

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2015 at 08:15 PM

    In general nothing more than what you described above.

    If you have done this customizing after the movement, then execute MB57 to setup the batch-where used list for previous movements.

    Being current with OSS notes could also help for a healthy system.

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    • Try to find what they have in common, e.g. movement types used for goods issue, one-step vs. two-step STO, UB vs NB, GR done in reference to outbound delivery vs. purchase order.

      Check if it happens only for certain plants or only when certain users process the movements.

      Check if you have exits for batch numbering in use, if you use exits for the BWU itself.

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    Posted on Oct 15, 2015 at 12:35 PM

    Hi Nicholas,

    Kindly check the table CHVW and check your posting date ( i.e, previous date).

    So that adjusting variant will resolve your issue.



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