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Queries in S_P00_07000139 - stock card and inventory material report


I am almost okay with the report S_P00_07000139 as it shows Receiving plant and Receiving Storage loc. but after transferring materials the entries are being shown twice, one on issue side and same thing again on receipt side. I understand that movement is within a plant so it shows the receipt entry again but my concern is that it makes Balance quantity incorrect.

even though if i pass the issuing location as a selection parameter, the report shows the balance quantity wrong as it picks up the addition of all quantities of the movement in a plant.

in my case, i have transferred quantities to two storage locations 1360 and 1440 within a plant and it results in closing stock ZERO at 1010 which is "From storage location".

when i go through the report S_P00_07000139 it is showing two spare lines and makes the Balance quantity incorrect.

i am wondering -

1- i do not get to see last two lines with the report output. the snapshot is attached(1a & 1b).

2- i get to see right quantity of balance if i pass issuing storage location as a selection parameter. the snapshot (2b) is attached.

Thanking you in anticipation for the help.


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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 12:03 PM

    Hi Sanjay,

    My understanding is that you have transferred 1 qty from 1360 to 1010 and 3 qty from 1440 to 1010. So, the issue from Sloc 1360 is 1 and receipt in Sloc 1010 is 1. similarly, the issue from Sloc 1440 is 3 and receipt in Sloc 1010 is 3.

    At the end of the day, you have 4 qty in the Plant 1010 and the balance quantity should be 4. Could you explain how did you arrive that the balance quantity should be Zero?

    BR, Rosh.

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