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Regarding Base Unit conversion to Unit of measure

Hi all ,

I have a Custom report which post the goods Issue .

The program uses tables mard and mska. In mard table fields used are mard-matnr, mard-labst,mard-Lagerort,mska-sobkz,mska-vbeln, mska-posnr,e mard-werks.

the program call mb1a for updating the data using Bdc .

<b></b>the problem is that the quantity of the stock is

shown only in the base unit of measure .. but some material have Alternative Unit of measure ... Its not taking Alternative Unit of measure ...

Any help is highly appreciated ..

Regards,

Amarnath Reddy.

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 09:30 AM

    Hi,

    I don't really understand you want, but if you want to convert the quantity in another uom check this FM :

    MC_UNIT_CONVERSION

    Hope this help

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 09:34 AM

    Hi Amarnath,

    You need to get that information also in report so that you can pass same informatoin to BDC. Otherwise use the FM for conversion.

    regards,

    Chandra.

    Note: Please reward if helpful.

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    Posted on Oct 27, 2006 at 05:59 AM

    Hi all ,

    the program aim is to transfer the stock from the storage location with reference to order number from CO (cobl-aufnr).

    In mard when i am able to c the unit of issue for the selected material number.

    My question is in the report program sap is not looking for the unit of issue . It is only taking basic unit of issue ... Is there any way that program looks for the Unit of issue .

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