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E1MARAM-SATNR is not populated in MATMAS IDoc

Hi, Community

I encountered a problem when trying to distribute Product Variants.

That what I did:

1. Following the Cook Book - Configurable material and material variants - Supply Chain Management (SCM) - SCN Wiki

I have created Configurable Material (xx_conf_mat) and the Variant (xx_mat_var) as Cross-Plant configuration.

2. Then I am trying to distribute both materials via ALE. I send them in BD10 as MATMAS IDocs. No filter set in the distribution model.

3. There are no problems with sending xx_conf_mat via IDoc.

4. But with xx_mat_var there was a problem: field E1MARAM-SATNR field is completely missing in the IDoc!
5. I have checked MARA table for xx_mat_var in SE16 and found SATRNR=xx_conf_mat

6. I replicated the same with IDES products but no luck either. Seams there is something that prevents sending SATNR via MATMAS


Can anyone share your thoughts why the SATNR is not populated in the MATMAS?

Your help will be greatly appreciated. Reward points guaranteed.


Mike

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    Posted on Aug 15, 2016 at 09:00 AM

    Hi Mikhail!

    Please have a look at the settings mentioned below.

    1. Logistics - General->Material Master->Basic Settings->Make Global Settings->

    2. Sendconfig is true.

    3. MARA-SATNR is not cleared.

    4. As result E1MARAM-SATNR has a value.


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  • Posted on Jul 11, 2016 at 08:38 AM

    is the classification already in the target system?

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