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Put away Strategy "I", system should not overlook different materials bins available capacity.

Dear All,

I am using Put away Strategy "I" & i am facing Following Problem.

When i am converting TR - TO for material already present in bin than system will consider that bin only, if bin capacity is less , than system will not do addition to another bin where capacity is available because different material in lying in it, system will always search for new bin.

For Example :-

Material CHIP001 exist in Bin no - 01-01-01, Qty - 50 Pcs, Bin Capacity = 100 Pcs.

Material CHIP002 exist in Bin no - 01-01-02, Qty - 60 Pcs, Bin Capacity = 100 Pcs.

If i convert TR - TO for Material CHIP001, Qty 70 Pcs, in this case system will suggest bin no - 01-01-01 for 50 Pcs & overlook capacity available in

Bin 01-01-02 & suggest new bin.

Is there any solution to this problem system should consider bin capacity of different material also for suggesting bin, if capacity is not available than it should go for next empty Bin.

Pl. Suggest.

Cheers,

Umesh

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2015 at 07:50 PM

    SAP does not split a TO item for you based on remaining capacity, you have to split the TO and then SAP can try to find a proper space.

    How should SAP know that your quantity of 100 can be splitted in parts?

    And how should SAP know if this can be done at any quantity or only by a quantity of 50?

    PCS is just 3 characters that have a meaning for an user but nothing more than bits and bytes for a computer, not much different from LTR, but I guess you would not want SAP to split a drum of 200 ltr oil into 2 pieces.

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