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341 movement in MB1B tcode

Hi Experts,

Is it possible to include 341 movement type into MB1B transaction. I configured the movement type in OMJJ to include tcode MB1B and system is allowing to proceed into MB1B transaction for movement type 341. Since it is HU managed location I could not complete the transaction it throws error while trying to create delivery when I save it. Any configuration should I need to perform for automatic delivery creation?

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    Posted on Jul 01 at 12:19 PM

    Hello Varatharajan C

    First, you should not use MB1B for transfer posting. The transaction is obsoleted since quite a long time age. Use MIGO instead.

    Then, don't try to play with 341 this way. Movement type 341 "Change in status of a batch" is to be executed automatically when batch status is changed - see SAP Help Batch Status Management

    If you manage to post 341 or 342 directly in MB1B or MIGO, you risk inconsistencies between batch status and batch stock.

    Why would you like to post 341 manually?

    Best regards

    Dominik Tylczynski

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    • Hi Dominik,

      I agree with you. Business does not want the stock posting to Blocked during inspection, suggested to do status change to restricted during usage decision.

      Other case is during Batch Expiry a background job posting 344 mvt to move stock to blocked. So, we cannot go for 341 have to look some other way.



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