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Stock inconsistency QM - MM caused by deactivation of "post to inspection stock" option

Usage decision cannot be processed because the quantity was posted directly into unrestricted stock. At usage decision time the already released quantity has been used by production.

Even if the quantity should be posted to unrestricted stock by usage decision the error QV200 occurs. If i deactivate "post to inspection stock" i would guess that no further stock postings by usage decision are necessary. The lot status is SPRQ. Because of the already used mm quantity the system does not find enough quantity to transfer. Is there any possibility so solve this issue?

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    Posted on Mar 17 at 03:35 PM

    This is normal behavior.

    Please read Nitn's blog where he describes this issue.

    If you have any questions afterwards, let me know. I'll be happy to answer them.


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    • Yes. That was the whole point of the blog, You went and consumed the stock from unrestricted stock into a manufacturing order. Therefore you have no choice but to post the QI stock out to unrestricted. How could you expect to post it to blocked stock now since there is literally, no stock left? You altered it in the manufacturing order into a new material. You have to manually go and block all the materials the bad material was converted into.

      If the material was still in unrestricted stock and not used up in a manufacturing order, you would be totally allowed to post the stock to blocked stock and the system would automatically make a background move from unrestricted to blocked stock for you. Provided of course the configuration was set up.


  • Posted on Mar 17 at 11:02 AM

    Dear Gangwolf Jonas,

    what does the report ZQEVAC20 from SAP Note 48815 show?

    Have a nice day,
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