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HU unassigned from outbound delivery before PGI.


We have the below scenario with one of client.

User is transferring material from HU managed storage location to non HU managed storage location.

1. User did transfer posting using MIGO. Outbound delivery gets created.

2. With reference to outbound delivery user created Pick TO and then confirmed the TO. HU get assigned to outbound delivery.

3. Then user manually unassigned HU from outbound delivery and saved it.

4. Now when user try to post PGI, get error "No HUs have been transferred for material ABC 0100 0089" Msg No L9605 .

5. System is not allowing for manual assignment of HU to outbound delivery.

6. Now HU status is Non assigned HU in HU03.

7. Outbound delivery status in Fully picked, hence system is not allowing to create new TO against same delivery.

Can you please explain how to do PGI in this case or how to reassign same HU to outbound delivery?



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  • Posted on Jul 15, 2016 at 02:11 AM

    Hello Ganesh,

    Firstly, please make sure the stock has been moved back to its original location/bin. And then please use VL02N to set the delivery quantity as zero, and then use function "copy delivery quantity as pick quantity." After that, the delivery will re-set the WM status as A.

    After that you may re-pack and re-pick for it.

    Hope it helps here.

    Best regards,


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    • Hi Ganesh,

      If the error states that "zero quantity not possible or allowed" when enter the zero in delivery. Please check the customizing in transaction 0VLP (zero but not ou). Please check setting field "check quantity 0", this should be the cause of the error.

      And I would suggest that you may simulate the same in a test system to check it works as expected.

      Best regards,


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