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Batch field not ready for input in MFBF - Post With Correction Screen

Hi All,

We are using Repetitive Manufacturing and are facing an issue while using MFBF Transaction.

Batch Management is activated both for Raw Materials as well as Finished Goods. Of late we are facing an issue wherein in the Post With Correction screen, for any Raw material which is available in Stock, system automatically fetches the appropriate batch based on the Batch Strategy.

1) If there is a Partial Quantity in one of the batches according to Batch Strategy, system considers the full quantity available in the Batch and proposes a second line item wherein the remaining quantity can be picked (if stocks are available in other batches). Eg Required Quantity is 100. Batch X has 58 nos and it is proposed to be picked up automatically. There is one more batch Y available with 42 nos. System shows a second line item, so that the batch can be entered manually.

2) If no quantity is available for a component in a particular batch (according to Batch Strategy), but available in other batches, the field Batch is greyed out and is not ready for input. Because of this, the material moves into Reprocessing List and is cleared subsequently.

Can anyone explain this behavior of the system along with the solution.


R Vijayakumar

+91 9840714475

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  • Posted on Nov 05, 2015 at 08:24 AM


    You have activated the automatic batch determination in the repetitive manufacturing backflush. For batch managed components, batch split records are generated and displayed on the goods movements overview by posting with correction. Now you can activate and implement the BAdI RM_BFLUSH_GOODSMVT, Method MODIFY_GOODSMVT_BEFORE_DIALOG to modify the goods movements determined by the system.

    Also check the batch search strategy MBC1/MBC2 no changed allowed is active and change selection criteria allowed .

    Also in OMCW Batch split changed allowed is active.

    Best Regards,


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