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automating replenishment

Hello all,

I would like to know whether there is any SAP functionality to automate the replenishment for fixed bins. If so, pl. post the t-code or document related to it.



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    Posted on Aug 27, 2007 at 08:51 PM

    Hello Maxx,

    "Automatic replenishment for fixed bin", but from where?

    The similar functionality is available in Kanban where if bin stock is going down for kanban qty (stock level) then it will create the transfer requirement for material to replinish that bin. This can be automatic or manual based on your settings.

    Do you have the similar requirement?


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      Hello Mohammad Arif,

      I trying to setup the replenishment using LP21, but getting some issues, if you can suggest....

      -Using LP21, system shows message "Replenishment method 1 set in storage type. See long text"

      -After pressing enter, it enters the "N" in requirement number tracking.

      and shows message "In accord.with 319, requirement type set to N"

      -After pressing enter it shows the error "For requirement type N, enter a requirement number"

      Should I remove 'N' from config or how to get rid of this requirement number, what is the significance of 'requirement number'. Is there any number range? If I remove 'N' then it allow me to go thru but if i sets the batch job RLLNACH1 again it would stop here...

      How should I proceed.

      Please suggest.


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