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Btach not getting created on release of process order


I have set up batch mgt for process order but btach i not getting created on order release,on confirmation or GR it is getting created automatically.I made all possible setting in material master/production schdeuling profile and order type.

Pls guide what am I missing.

Also I have to enter batch classification values by going to MSC2n after confirmation of process order can I make it foreground at the time of confirmation only.I tried setting of batch classification making it mandatory in foreground still no luck.


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    Posted on Jul 27, 2020 at 03:45 AM

    Standard path of batch management take to OPKP but for process we need to do setting in CORY..a.after this issue resolved.

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  • Posted on Jul 21, 2020 at 08:33 AM


    Did you check it after saving the process order?

    Does order has status REL?

    Best Regards,


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    • Hello,

      In process order control tab check if you have same scheduling Profile.

      Batch from Process order is transfer to GR however GR batches will not flow back to process order.

      You create a process order or production order with a production scheduling profile that provides automatic batch creation during the order creation. When you create the order, the system creates batches for the order items subject to batch management requirement. As per the standard SAP system.

      Please make sure Automatic batch number assignment is active in Transaction OMCZ.

      Best Regards,


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