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Cancel goods movement /SCWM/ADGI

Hello all!

I posted a goods movement by /SCWM/ADGI. This is a non-EWM storage location stock transfer process(from EWM to ERP).

Then i try to cancel this movement again at /SCWM/ADGI. Goods movement is canceled, both in EWM and ERP; but reference document fields are not populated in ERP which causes listing/tracking issues in our system.

Unlike EWM, if you try the same process with MIGO at ERP, you can see SMBLN field is populated with reference document.

I believe this is caused by a missing coding. Do you have any idea?

Best regards

Serhan

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  • Posted on Aug 15, 2016 at 02:14 PM

    Have you seen the note -2023672 - Updation of MSEG-SMBLN in cancellation documents

    what is movement type you are using ? find more details about your issue on above note

    In customizing transaction OMJJ for the relevant movement type, under the folder "Reversal/follow-on movement types" or directly in the table T156N, you can see the following possible values for the "Type of posting" (XSTOR):

    - Neither return delivery nor reversal
    1 - Return deliv.(qty can be entered; no gener.of matchcode)
    2 - Reversal(qty cannot be entered; gener.of matchcode)
    3 - Transfer posting (qty can be entered; no gener.of matchcode)

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  • Posted on Aug 16, 2016 at 12:16 PM

    Hello Serhan,

    /SCWM/ADGI Process ( EWM Side )->

    In ERP

    mov type 411 is triggering in both cases,just like st loc to st loc. That is why We are not getting ref no in smbln.

    Reference doc ( WT Task ) update in XBLNR header.

    in EWM

    Table /SCWM/ORDIM_C -> field ( ORIG_TO- Cancelled Warehouse Document ),

    We can get the original doc no here.



    MIGO->

    I guess You did the reverse of original MAT doc no, so it triggers rev mov type ref to original mat doc.

    Thank you,

    Ajit

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