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MM - Check on minimum remaining shelf life at GR against Purchase order

Dear All,

At GR on Purchase order using MIGO, there is standard function to perform a check on minimum remaining shelf life.
If that option is activated in customizing, and you provide a total shelf life + minimum remaining shelf life, system compute the SLED and compare SLED - minimum remaining shelf life to posting date.

Then, depending on whether you customized the message as a Warning or an error in OMCQ, when you post a GR later than allowed by minimum remaining shelf life, 2 different things occurs :

- if the message is Error, you are blocked ...

- if the message is a warning, it appears in MIGO in a popup with option "Check" but it's not displayed when you POST the mvt.

If you try to simulate the GR using "BAPI_GOODS_MVT_CREATE" and the message is define as a warning, nothing is returned into the message table.
So, you just post the mvt without knowing that your material does not match the minimum remaining shelf life rule.

My question is : do you please know anhy standard function module or other clean way to control that rule or every other controls performed with "check " button from ME21N ?

Thanks for kind help



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  • Posted on Sep 14, 2016 at 02:10 PM

    You could use a custom version (eg. 'Z1') in OMCQ transaction to create another set of rules for messages, switch from standard one to custom one setting SPA/GPA parameter 'MSV.'

    * Switch to variant with error


    * Map parameters of BAPI



    goodsmvt_header = goodsmvt_header

    goodsmvt_code = goodsmvt_code

    testrun = abap_true


    goodsmvt_item = goodsmvt_item

    return = return.

    * Analyze return table

    " ...

    * Switch back to variant with warning




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