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Goods Movements 261 using prod order confirmation BAPI.

HI Folks

I am using BAPI - BAPI_PRODORDCONF_CREATE_TT for production order confirmations at operation level . But the components associated for that operation are not getting consumed with 261 movement type using this fm. Are there any such indicators we need to mark in the FM for this to happen?

Pl Advice .

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  • Posted on Sep 01 at 01:16 PM

    Hello Sowrya,

    one doubt, the backflush are marked for these components ?

    before using the FM BAPI_PRODORDCONF_CREATE_TT use the BAPI_PRODORDCONF_GET_TT_PROP for propose data for confirmation ticket, if necessary see the documentation about this BAPI.

    Be atention: During the call of function, importing the propose according your requirement.


    Paulo Zaccaro

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  • Posted on Sep 01 at 01:40 PM

    Dear Sowrya,

    there are two options to consume materials via this BAPI:

    1. Via backflush indicator for the materials (MARC-RGEKZ), which are assigned in the routing the the correct operation.

    2. By triggering the goods movements manualy by filling entries in the BAPI table GOODSMOVEMENTS. Hint: if there is one entry existing in this table, the BAPI will no more trigger the automatic goods movements --> so if this table is used, all material movements must be triggered (see also the BAPI documentation for more details).

    It will be worth checking if there there is one entry in the GOODSMOVEMENTS table which is preventing the rest of the components from being consumed.

    Hope this helps.

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