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TCODE TO SUSPEND THE INVENTORY COUNTS

Hi,

Can anyone please let me know what is the TCODE to stop and start the inventory count

REGARDS

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    Posted on May 29, 2007 at 04:20 PM

    Dear Sunil,

    Below are few useful links:

    LI11N Enter Inventory Count

    LI12N Change inventory count

    LI13N Display Inventory Count

    LI14 Start Inventory Recount

    LM58 Sys. guided dynamic inventory count

    LX26 Inventory in WM via cycle counting

    MI04 Enter Inventory Count with Document

    MI05 Change Inventory Count

    MI06 Display Inventory Count

    MI09 Enter Inventory Count w/o Document

    OMC4 BTCI Data Transfer: Inventory Count

    WSTI_R_PI_CALC Calc. Book Inventory for Count Time

    LI16 Cancel Physical Inventory Doc. Item

    Regards,

    Naveen.

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      SE93 provides a list of all transactions where you can specify the known "LI*" for PI related xacns and run a drop-down where you will find:

      LI01 Create System Inv. Record

      LI01N Create System Inv. Record

      LI02 Change System Inv. Record

      LI02N Change System Inv. Record

      LI03 Display System Inv. Record

      LI03N Display System Inv. Record

      LI04 Print System Inv. Record

      LI05 Inventory History for Bin

      LI06 Block STyp for Annual

      LI11 Enter Inv. Count

      LI11N Enter Inv. Count

      LI12 Change Inv. Count

      LI12N Change Inv. Count

      LI13 Display Inv. Count

      LI13N Display Inv. Count

      LI14 Start Inv. Recount

      LI15 Evaluation of quant inventory

      LI16 Cancel Inv Doc. Item

      LI20 Clear Inv. Diff WM

      LI21 Clear Inv. Diff MM-IM

      Hope this helps-

      Deb

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