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Deletion Flag in batches

Hi group,

We have some batches for a material which were mistakenly created by the user. Wanted to confirm whether even if i put the deletion flag for the batches, i will be abe to use it for making sales documents or not. If yes how can i restrict the user from using those batches in the documents. I mean how can i set up the system to pop up an error message.

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  • Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 08:23 PM

    A deletion flag is usually only a flag that indicates that this record shall be archived with next archiving run. Usually you can still use such data in orders. You have to try if you get a warning message. Then this warning message may be able to be customized into an error message.

    But this "deleted" batches do not have stock, do they? Why should someone add a batch without stock? What is your plan for the future, if you have 10000 batches, and only 500 have stock. How do you want ristrict the use for the other 9500?

    If you setup batch determination, then you can build criterias that will omit such batches and only determine valid ones with stock.

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 10:10 PM

    hi,

    simply remove any stocks are available still in those unwanted batches. either material to material transfer to a new batch in MB1B or some other means....

    then, mark those batch are "Restricted" in msc2n. Your further deletion indicator helps archiving. Batch determination helps auto determination to exclude those but doesn't stop the user manually select.

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