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Quantity difference in SO & OBD

Dear Community,

We are facing an issue, where the SO is created against a material with Qty (say 100) from Plnt ABCD and SLoc 1234 and Batch XYZ123; while creating OBD if the Qty is less in the Batch the OBD qty is changed to "ZERO" (Qty Fields are cleared) and error is prompted to insert the qty; and the enduser transfer the qty to the Batch and SLoc to process the OBD and Invoice.

But When the when the SO is created against the same material with Qty (say 100) from Plnt ABCD, and SLoc 5678 and Batch ABC456; while creating OBD the Qty is reduced to the available Qty in the Batch, and the less Qty is invoiced subsequently (which is wrong)

Ideally if the Qty is less than the SO Qty, an error should be given in second case as well. Can anyone guide here?

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  • Posted on Aug 03, 2020 at 05:28 AM

    Normally, if the stock is made available to that extent of sale order quantity, system will allow you to reduce the quantity below the sale order quantity, in delivery. On the other hand, if you try to increase over and above the order quantity in delivery, system will trigger an error message. Check your delivery item category in 0vlp what is set for the field "Check quantity 0"

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  • Posted on Aug 03, 2020 at 10:53 AM

    It has been discussed many times to check the Unrestricted Stock from SD perspective, in co09. Have you checked there ?

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