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Phys. inventory document can only be created for year 2015

I am running into an issue with running MICN/SM35 during creation of my physical inventory document to support ABC Cycle Counting.

I am trying to count a material with a planned count date in the next fiscal year.

I am receiving this message:

Phys. Inventory document can only be created for year 2015

Message no. M7728

Diagnosis

The fiscal year of the current period is 2015. Physical inventory documents may only be posted in this fiscal year.

Question: What do I need to do to resolve this issue?

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2015 at 02:39 PM

    are you in a retail system?

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    • Any physical inventory period is just one fiscal year.

      You probably entered a from / to date in MICN which goes beyond the current fiscal year.

      You found then an item with a next counting date which is in 2016.

      If you create a batch input session from here then SAP would usually create the inventory document with this future counting date.

      The counting date then defines the period of posting.

      And an inventory posting in a future fiscal year would create issues when rolling the period to the next year.

      If you want count such items (again) in the current year then you need to use the annual inventory method with transaction MI31 or MI01

  • Posted on Oct 14, 2015 at 02:50 PM

    check valid MM-period with MMPV. (with check only!)

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