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Batch with no Class assigned (No Classification)

Hi All,

Have a material with no classification view.

(1) Is it possible to have a batch with no class in it ? If yes, what needs to be done in configuration ?
(2) How does system determine the class for a newly created batch for a material with no classification view ? In my system, I have 2 classes X & Y and the system always picks X and prompts to enter the characteristics during TO Creation.

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    Jul 28, 2017 at 02:10 PM

    Okay just now, I found out that it is possible to have a batch with no classification if the movement type is configured with No branching to classification.
    But my requirement is to constrain this functionality to a single plant.

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  • Jul 28, 2017 at 02:35 PM

    And the first answer is a question like in so many discussions here:

    What is your batch level?

    How can you have 2 batch classes?

    Why is the classification entry coming in TO creation and not when doing the receipt with MIGO?

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    • Sorry, can't believe that SAP would randomly pick a batch class if none is assigned in the material master, are you sure that no user had its finger in the game? If yes then you can probably open an incident at SAP support.

  • Jul 28, 2017 at 03:12 PM

    IMG -> Logistics Execution -> Shipping -> Deliveries -> Define Batch Creation Controls in Inbound Deliveries

    Here you define whether your create batches and what you do with classification.

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