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M7021 consumption batch MB1A

Aug 30, 2017 at 03:14 PM

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Dear,

I want to consume a quantity on a process order via MB1A. Via interfacing the reception of the purchase order has been done a wrong batch and also wrong valuation type (since material ledger is active on batch level).

From accounting point of view everything is okay, however when I'm trying to consume the raw material. I got the error message M7021.

The MARD table contains the correct quantity

The MCHB table contains the correct quantity

This is also visible in the transaction MB52, MMBE. So I wonder why the system doesn't allow me to consume the raw material.

Somebody an idea, which table could also contain relevant data

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Jürgen L
Aug 30, 2017 at 05:29 PM
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We have some hundred discussions on this error message, any single number or character is extremely important.

It is absolutely impossible to tackle this issue totally blind, which is what you currently expect from us. There is no detail from the message and no corresponding detail e.g. screenshot as evidence that the message is wrong.

And if the message is technically wrong, what you seem to say, then you need to search for OSS notes.

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Former Member Sep 04, 2017 at 07:01 AM
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Dear,

I will rephrase my question, maybe this makes it more clear:

in case a material is consumed on a production order which tables are all checked before the goods issue takes place from a stock point of view, taken into account that the material is managed on batch level:

- MARD

- MCHB

- other tables?

Best regards,

Wouter

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Depends on the exact message - but since you don't bother about quick help...here is the list of stock tables, and they are checked https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/ERPSCM/Stock+Tables+and+Stock+Types

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Thanks this gives indeed a good overview of the tables which can be touched.

Thanks,

Wouter

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