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Availability Check.

Hi All

here is the scenario

Availabilty Check is done on plant level, Can we eliminate some storage locations in a plant from the availabilty check for further manipulations in delivery and PGI?



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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 01:56 PM


    To my knowledge, it is not possible in the standard SAP.The alternative option is to define the stocks stored in this stror loc. as safety stock etc., and you can exclude these stocks from the scope of availability check.



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  • Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 02:37 PM

    Dear Devender

    The availability check can be carried out at plant, or at storage location level. At which level the check is actually carried out depends on the data maintained in the material component and the checking scope: If a storage location is specified in the reservation, the check is carried out at storage location level, unless the checking scope specifies that the check should always be carried out at plant level.

    If a check is carried out at storage location level and the components are available, the system automatically carries out an additional check at plant level. For performance reasons we recommend that you only carry out this type of check where required.

    If, during an availability check, a material requirement exists with reference to a sales order / project, the check is carried out in the individual planning section of the sales order / project.


    G. Lakshmipathi

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