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Batch Derivation


I'm looking for a solution to copy Manufacture date of a batch from one stage of a production to another stage. we have here 3-4 stages of production ( OrderTYpe :YA - First stage, where batchno is automatically generated , YB for the next stage, where previous stage is consumed , with the same batch and YD - Final stage of the production). Manufacture date is captured during confirmation (confirmation date) COR6N of the first activity of the first stage. After this GR of the stage happens. I need the manufacture date to be carried to next stage as it uses the same batchno.

Now there is a procedure written while releasing the order it will perform batch derivation and the manufacture date is copied. But this is failed for some cases as Planning releases all the process orders in advance, before the first activity confirmation. I want a solution , that instead of process order release, it shud do a batch derivation at the GR level.

Can anybody help to get best solutions, with minimum ABAP customization?



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  • Posted on May 02, 2016 at 01:10 PM


    You can also select the event Goods Receipt for Process/Production Order. Derivation events in transaction DVC8 - 400 Goods Receipt for Process/Production Order The derivation is then carried out in the background for this derivation event. The event can be used to determine the date of manufacture from the sending batches according to certain rules.

    Refer SAP help document,

    Batch Derivation (SAP Library - SAP ERP: Business Process Configuration)

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