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Why movement type 313 & 315 do not have "K" as special stock indicator? Is there any specific reason for this.

In my company user have asked me for scenario where they want to move the consignment stock from Sloc to sloc in 2 steps.

For Eg. They want to use movement type 313K >> then stock in transit >> then 315K.

But when trying to do it system is giving error message as

"Special Stock K not supported (check your entry)"

Message no. M7146

Diagnosis

The specified object (Special Stock K) is not supported.

Procedure

Make sure your entries are correct.

Can someone please explain why movement type 313K & 315K is active in sap.

Regards,

Pradnya

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2015 at 05:16 AM

    Why ?? is very good question This function is not support for Slocs as well as SLOCs can belong to different plants

    Please check SAP KBA that may able answer you question

    1619355 - It is not possible to transfer vendor consignment stock from one plant to another one


    Also check following note too Question 3

    520411 - FAQ: Stock transfer

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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2015 at 05:21 AM

    Its because 313 and 315 movement types are related to stock in transit.

    It is possible to use special stock for one step procedure, but it is not possible when system will post quantity in stock in transit. For more details, please have a look into this existing thread

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2015 at 05:37 AM

    This functionality is not supported for movement types 313 and 315 with special stock indicator K in standard.

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