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Final issue indicator not set for backflush Components

Hi ,

Final issue indicator was not set by the system automatically for backflush items for (some of the production orders ), even-though requirement quantity = withdrawal Quantity.

Here, We have integrated with SAP ME for operation confirmation and GI will happen at S4-EWM system.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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  • Posted on Jul 15, 2020 at 03:30 PM

    Hi Kumar Semmalai

    Could you investigate that ERP delivery has created for auto posting. Which method of staging ? Production integration type ?

    Please read more the link for more details.


    Delivery- A consumption posting at production backflush works as described for consumption for delivery-based production supply.When a material is set as backflush item in the manufacturing order, you cannot enter the goods issue in EWM.


    When you enter a backflush in SAP S/4HANA, SAP S/4HANA creates a consumption posting delivery, as described in consumption for delivery-based production supply. You can configure the system so that it adds the goods issue document to the respective PMR item as well as to the consumption posting delivery. You can use this functionality to have the same information for all items in the PMR.

    You cannot use single-order staging for a material set as backflush item.


    Kind Regards,


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    • Hi Kumar,

      Its very hard to tell where is the exact flaws for me without see the system.

      My understand is final issue indicator is set in reservation, then this indicator flows to backflush delivery.

      Could you take help from SAP Support via OSS ticket. Also please post the solution once got resolution.

      Kind Regards


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