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Whether we have to enter material number one by one in MI01 .

Or we have some provisions for collective entering of the material.

Kindly advise and if possible give me steps.

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2007 at 07:42 PM

    Hello Sandeep,

    MI01 transaction is to create the physical inventory manually for material so you need to provide the material number manually.

    However you can set the batch job through several t-codes as mentioned to create inventory document collectively for selected criterial i.e. Plant, SLoc, Mat type, Mat group.

    MI31 - Create Inv doc for material w/o special stock

    MIK1 - Vendor consignment

    MIE1 - Sales order stock

    MIQ1 - Project stock

    MIM1 - Ret. Trans stock

    MIW1 - Customer Consignment stock

    MIV1 - Ret packing with customer

    MIO1 - Material provided to vendor

    Hope this will be helpful

    Thanks & regards,

    Arif Mansuri

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2007 at 04:43 AM

    Hi Sandeep,

    Arif has given the orrect information.

    I would like to add the detailed steps in executing the transaction.

    1. Go to Txn: MI31

    2. enter the selection criteria for e.g plant, SL,count date etc

    3.Execute.

    4.You will be getting the message Batch Input Session has been created.

    5.Choose Process Session.

    6.Choose the processing options in the next screen for eg Display Errors only. do not choose Process foreground. If you choose it , you have process foreground for all the materials.

    Regards,

    Madhu.

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