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multiple quant in a bin using add to existing stock stratgey

Hi,

I want to use addition to existing stock putaway strategy. I am slecting the mixed storage allowed indicator 'X' and 'add to existing stock' indicator 'X'. No SU management. I want that system should put the different quants of the same material in one bin. Once the bin is full, system should suggest an empty bin based on volume ( Capacity chek 4) . I also want to use FIFO stock removal with the same setting.

If I can put multiple quants of the same material in one bin , my problem would be resolved. If I manually try to put different quant in the same bin , system allows it. But system itself does not suggest the same bin.

Even after allowing miexd storage in storage type with putaway strategy ' I ' , system is not putting the different quant of the same material in one bin. So can you pls suggest what to do to achive the same.

In addition , system should not allow the different materials in one bin.

Pls give suggestion as early as possible. It is a critical issue.

Thanks

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 05:54 AM

    Hi,

    Did you maintain the settings in the material master for the concerned material - Stock placement and stock removal indicators..?

    If you are using the "Add to existing stock" strategy, when you receive the same material in the storage bin, it will lose its quant information and acquire the old quant data which is already present in the bin. I hope you know about this.

    Hope it helps you.

    Aktar

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