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RESERVATION AGAINST PROCESS ORDER

Hi All,

PRODUCTION SCENARIO: In COR1 i'm creating a process order.When i release the process order, system is generating an automatic reservation number. So based on this reservation number store people should transfer the materials to my storage location in 311 (Movement type) . After receiving all the materials i will go do the confirmations against process order in 261 (movement type)

My Issue : When i release the process order, system is generating an automatic reservation number in 261 (Movement type) but i need this to be done in 311 (Movement type). Against the reservation number store people should transfer the materials in MIGO- 311 (Movement type) but I'm getting (261 Movement type)

Is there any settings to change the Movement types or Should i write any Program for this

Thanks & Regards

M.Praveen

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  • Posted on Jun 10, 2019 at 08:11 AM

    Hi,

    This is standard behavior.

    Kindly follow below steps to map your scenario

    1. Create a Production storage location which needs to be maintained in material master of components to be used.

    2. with reference to this reservation number , A printing program or online workflow can be developed where stores will create a new reservation number with movement type 311 and stage materials from Store (RM01) to Production location (WP01) and goods issue will happen from Production storage location. You can map this process using standard transaction MB21 or write a program if any modifications required.

    Regards,

    Amit

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  • Posted on Jun 10, 2019 at 08:51 AM

    Hi PRAVEEN,

    If the Qty of Reservation needed Mvt 311 same as Qty of Reservation with Mvt 261

    Why not same user who do 311 do 261 in one step?

    Regards,

    Muhamed

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