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Confirm TO with partially confirmed lines


Case: in SU managed Bulk storage

  • TO created with open qty :100 from Bin X
  • using RF, 50 confirmed from SU1 of bin X
  • Now TO has 50 open
  • for SU2 in bin X, physically there is only 30 whereas in system it is 50.
  • User confirms 30 .
  • Now TO has 20 open

How can i force the TO to confirm with current confirmed qty using Function module L_TO_CONFIRM or any other FM?

In lt12 this is possible by selecting "End of Confirmation" checkbox



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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2017 at 01:50 PM

    To "close" the rest of Transfer Order using L_TO_CONFIRM, confirm the remaining with zero quantity and the appropriate difference indicator for short picking.

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    • For what you are asking try just the zero quantity and the BQUIT indicator on the line item. BQUIT is "Confirmation in bulk storage area: no further items". Or you can try the function L_TO_CANCEL.

      However, you did say in your original post that the SU2 does not physically have the required material. You will have to deal with this material at some point, hence my suggestion of using a difference indicator. Think about the very next TO to be created for that material. It will go back to that same bin looking for the remaining 20 because the system still thinks it is there.

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