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Batch determination for subcontracting - ME2O or MIGO

Hi,

I have a problem with the batch determination for MM.

Usually we use WM for our stock, but some storage locations are not in WM. For WM batch determination works perfectly fine, but not for MM - especially for subcontracting.

I want to have a automatic batch determination in ME2O (movement type 541) and in MIGO for the GR - not for the GR-material itself but for the components, which are posted with 543-o.

No matter what I try it doesn't work.

We have a class in the material (class type 23) but no values added - at least no values in the characteristics we can use.

We only want to have the oldest batch number. But it would be helpful to have any batch number selected, the system only says error message M7018 - Enter Batch.

We don't want to use a user exit for this because we don't want to program batch split or anything like that.

Any idea how to customize this?

Thanks!

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 05:01 PM

    The batch determination in MIGO works now (still not in ME2O). But I have to press the button for "Determine stock" in order to get the batch number for the component. Is there a way to do this automatically, without pressing any additional button?

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      I have seen this working fine in 4.6B in our earlier versions....In ECC 5, I don't remember it is working...It required pressing that yellow button on the line item of component to determine the batch....We have a e-supply chain a custom solution and so, didn't realize the lazy batch determination issue....(we have customized for ourselves...) shall explore and update you back...

      Regards

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