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Stocks not in MMBE but in LX03

I have 10 qty that I see in LX03 when I enter the warehouse number/storage type and bin and run the report. But when I run MMBE for that plant, I don't see the qty.

But in config, I see that the plant is assigned to this warehouse as well.

How do I move this to the storage location now so that I see it in MMBE?

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    Posted on Jul 10, 2020 at 07:43 AM

    Hello Tina Tina

    Your question implies stock inconsistency between MM and WM. So let's first check that with LX23 transaction. Under usual circumstances stock levels in MM and WM remain the same - the system takes care of that. However if LX23 reports any differences, you can clear them out with this transaction - check box "Clear differences". Make sure to read the documentation to the transaction carefully.

    Most probably LX23 will not show any differences. It means that for 10 qty you are seeing in a storage type there must be another negative 10 qty in other storage type(s). You can not compare a stock level in a single storage type in WM with the stock level in entire storage location in MMBE.

    Little background - WM by itself never changes stock quantities on a warehouse number level. WM just moves stock from bin to bin - a bin can be either a physical one or a dynamic one, in a physical storage type or in an intermediate storage type. Nevertheless WM just moves stock between bin. Stock levels are changes only by MM postings, i.e. material documents. Those postings are interfaced to WM.

    To summarize:

    1. Compare MM vs. WM stock levels in LX23.
    2. If there are differences, clear them with LX23.
    3. Look for negative quantities in WM that offset 10 qty you're seeing in WM and not in MM.

    Best regards

    Dominik Tylczynski

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